20 Episode results for "S. T"

Introducing STNGR Edge Ballistic-Sunglasses

CRUSADE Channel Previews

01:07 min | 7 months ago

Introducing STNGR Edge Ballistic-Sunglasses

"The Starting this Bursar with woodland road chainsaw running because I personally tested my new Stinger. Wearing them while cutting down trees from Hurricane Laura and how did the Stinger Sunglasses perform like Paul Bunyan himself designed him each pair of Stinger ballistic sunglasses available in four different Lens colors and comes in a stylish carrying case with lots of free accessories you can rely on Stinger soon to be legendary durability and their lifetime craftsmanship warranty I give these glasses. My complete endorsement hits our quality product from a made in the USA company. Stinger edge and the best part of my custom style Stinger edge ballistic glasses. I wear everywhere I would regular sunglasses and then some order your Stinger edge ballistic glasses today at s t in our edge dot com. That's S. T., N., G. R. EDGE DOT COM

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965: How To Invest To Generate A Passive Income by Robert Farrington of The College Investor on Financial Independence

Optimal Finance Daily

08:03 min | 1 year ago

965: How To Invest To Generate A Passive Income by Robert Farrington of The College Investor on Financial Independence

"This is optimal finance daily episode nine sixty five how to invest to or tonight this is of course where I read to you from some of the best personal finance blogs on the planet great but some like filing taxes and running payroll for example not so great management tools all in one place Gusto automatically pays and files your federal roll providers just weren't built for the way modern small businesses work but Gusto is I show FD that's G. U. S. T. O. DOT COM slash O. F. D. income by Robert Farrington of the college investor Dot Com generating a note that most income is not truly passive in the sense that no work was required however passive income stream most of the time it's money that's required upfront.

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Breast Cancer Awareness

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:49 min | 6 months ago

Breast Cancer Awareness

"We can't make progress because too many of our countries rules and institutions were designed exclude people we need real change. It's time to eliminate the filibuster Makdissi. Estate seriously fixed the Supreme Court and Abolish the Electoral College. We must vote in November but we need a pen of action. Now it's time to finally bill a true equal and just democracy. Paid for by just crecy planning Charlemagne God, and it is a privilege and honor to introduce to you a new podcast traits shot no chaser hosted by Queen named Tesla. Figaro. She is the hood whisper in this game of politics debut in on my new black effect podcast network on iheartradio. This is Figaro podcasts. We'll cover politics, black lifestyle, racial justice, and food for the sold inspire you come truth that me subscribe. Now listen to straight shot no chaser with Tesla Figaro on the iheartradio. APP. Apple podcasts ever you get your podcast. Okay Carla. So what you got going on All right. So October is breast cancer awareness month, and I am participating tomorrow with our station in St Louis Magic one zero four, nine, sister Strut. Obviously it's going to be a virtual celebration but we are going to celebrate tomorrow online. I want you guys to go to sisters Stret-, S. T. L., dot, com sisters, Strut. S. T. L., dot com we are celebrating our survivors co survivors we're bringing awareness to Greg's can't breast cancer awareness awareness, power y'all so this is. What we're going to do tomorrow, I'll be doing it every weekend in the month of October. The weekend after that, I'll be doing sister struck which ICAGO would be one or three south. Hey cancer does not quarantine ladies men we have to take care of ourselves. We have to go to the doctors get our mammograms self breast examinations. We still have to take care of ourselves. Alright. Sister Struts Saint Louis will see you tomorrow virtually sister stretch S. T. L. DOT com. thinking. This that's important. All right. Yeah. Where does it does is important. Can Have Rescue Institute. So men yes. Yes. Absolutely. Discriminate. Doesn't. Doesn't quarantine still got to go take care of ourselves. It's been one crazy. We prolly it's been a crazy year. Yes. You believe it's Tober timing Abad January ruling. All right coming up at thirty three after the hour more trending news topics an music after this you're listening to. Morning Show.

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Announcement:  Watch Parties during Lockdown

The Projection Booth Podcast

06:43 min | 1 year ago

Announcement: Watch Parties during Lockdown

"The GO-TO. Let's all go to the lobby to get ourselves a treat. Things still eat. The popcorn can't be beat. The sparkling dream suggests Dandy chocolate bars and candy saw. Let's all go to the law. Be Again that's all is folks tha pound Mike White coming at you with very brief message so I know some of you have been taking advantage of this and I just wanted to get the word out a little bit more and make a few announcements. I have been doing live screenings streaming. I suppose of different films every Friday night. Been trying to do a triple feature so as April continues and possibly into may will see pretty much as long as the lockdown orders in place and perhaps beyond it I won't be doing some streaming via a service called cast that's K. A. S. T. I was using a free service called COSMI before and it wasn't too good. Cast is still a free service at least to me and to you all you have to do is sign up for an account and there is no charge to it which is good. I think they know that they need to do that. During this time. And every Friday. I will be showing different screenings of stuff. I will be starting at six. Pm Eastern time and pretty much. I think what I'm going to do is just load up the VLC playlist with a whole bunch of stuff. Hafer Scherf three main features at six eight and ten PM Eastern and then we'll be playing stuff throughout the night as long as there are no technical glitches. After I go to bed. Not only will you get the features but I've also got a lot of shorts and music videos and cartoons and things like that so just to kind of keep the entertainment going throughout the night. I already have a whole list of things that I think are going to be. Good for screenings. I'm also going to be kind of prescreening some things that we'll be talking about on the podcast also cristache. You asked me to program a month of blaxploitation films over at the culture cast and I will be pre playing those every week pretty much so that you can see what movie we will be Discussing Watch beforehand if you want and then listen to me and Chris and possibly another Co host talk about that. Last night I did a test screening with cast and showed truck Turner and then we've got things like coffee black belt Jones and three the hard way still to go this Friday April tenth will be doing a triple play of crimewave that includes Sam Raimi's crimewave John Paises crimewave and Andrei to toast crimewave. So come on out. They'll be enough crime that you will wave at it. Also sometimes we show films that are not the easiest things to find so if you have any titles that we have talked about in the past and no I'm not talking about things like demolition man or the running man or anything else with award man at other than maybe superb ban go ahead. Let me know let me know. I should be showing if you WANNA see seeds of man or if you WANNA watch the cow or anything else that we have shown what might not be as easy to find. Drop me a note but see if we can get it onto the cast and get that out there and at this is successful if people enjoy it that maybe we'll try to do screenings of things every week before we actually do an episode on them might be a possibility so people don't have to search high and low for. I don't know weird check films that might be nearly impossible to find with English subtitles. But I'll be able to show them to you baby so the one you are. I will be using for this. Whole thing is tiny. You are. L. Dot com hopefully remember that and then forward slash projection booth cast party and that's K. A. S. T. Party so once again that is projection booth cast party. That's after tiny your L. Dot com forward slash and. Of course I will have a link to that in the show notes. I hope everybody is safe out there. Taking care of yourself staying home social distancing washing your hands all of those things. This is just another effort in order to keep you at home and entertained and I hope that I can do that. Take Care guys foods Spa nine show.

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alienist

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

01:42 min | 1 year ago

alienist

"It's Merriam Webster's or date for April nineteen. Today's word is alienist spelled A. L. I. E. N. I S. T. alienist is a noun. That means psychiatrist. Here's the word used in a sentence from the qurqus reviews enter to protagonists also historical figures. One is the novelist Benito Perez Gal does the most famous Spanish writer who many English speaking readers may not know by name a reputation. The other is the eminent alienist as psychiatrists were then called Louis. C. Mario. The word alienist looks and sounds like. It should mean someone who studies aliens and in fact alienist and alien are related both are ultimately derived from the Latin word. Elias meaning other in the case of alienist. The etymological trail leads from Latin to the French Noun Leeann East which refers to a doctor who treats the mentally ill alienist first appeared in print in English in about the mid nineteenth century. It was preceded by the other values descendants alien from the fourteenth century and alienate used as a verb since the fifteenth century. Alienist is much rarer than psychiatrist these days but at one time it was a common term with your word of the day. Peter Sokolow visit Marian Webster Dot com today for definitions wordplay and trending word look ups.

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Introducing Monstruo

Hollywood And Crime

08:51 min | 2 years ago

Introducing Monstruo

"The heart of a man is darkness depravity -struction if you ever wanted more from your true, prime podcasts have you ever wanted to feel the line approaching and then be helplessly old across it. Prepare yourself for the most extreme podcast you will tougher here. Monster the new offering from the minds behind sword and scale dark topic in the Westside fairy tales is an audio or true crime experience. Unlike anything you have ever heard travel through time in a cross the globe to slip on the shoes of the most inhuman killers in absorb the details of their unspeakable acts envision their crimes more vividly than ever before. Let it surround you feel terror fear. Sickness monstrosity jailable at monster podcasts dot com, apple podcasts, or wherever you. Listen, simply search monster M O N S T R U of to subscribe today. And while you're searching, here's a preview of the stroke. He wipes his shoes before entering the farmhouse. His mother always required. He wiped his feet as a child she would get very cross with him. If he forgot he cringes. Remembering her shrill shriek echoing through the old farmhouse? She was very controlling after his father left. He was the man of the house, and because of that he was a dutiful son. They would spend hours decorating each of the thirty six rooms in the farmhouse with a different theme with no father, no husband, and no siblings. All they had was each other. Now, he had nothing. Nothing, but the quiet 'isolation of his form house. Began to prepare dinner. Does he thought more about that childhood memory that which shaped the rest of his life the meat choice? Cut strikes the pan erupts into white noise. The memory reminds of how much he longs for a friend for a companion. His mother suffered a heart attack and died just two years ago while he was at work. You're moves the cut of meat from the pan and sets it to rest after his mother's death. He was left with a sense of relief. Actually, he was out from under her thumb now, but lonelier than ever. No longer bound by the restricting love of his mother. There is nothing holding him back anymore. He has spent the last two years immersing himself in his subversive fantasy. He knows it's wrong. But it takes away some of the pain some of the loneliness. There is the man that people know and the man he hides the man he wants to be always looking for someone to fill the void. He turns to the internet. This new invention that makes it possible for a lonely, man. Living in a farmhouse to reach out through the ether. His eyes are still dry from the cold night air, he blinks, and as he does. So a memory of his father's face flashes before him like a roar shack test. The results of having stared at a light to loan, and then closing your eyes. The blurry imprint burned into his retinas. His fantasy is wrong. He knows it. But what is the harm if it's just a fantasy? I was a young boy when my father left and after I never felt more alone. I hated the solitude. To cope I retreated into my imagination only there could I do whatever I wanted. My imaginary brother, Frankie, and I would play Robinson Crusoe my favorite book. It was this book and its cannibal islanders that taught me how to truly never be alone. I was only eight when I had my first thoughts of eating avoi-. I saw classmates exposed by and was struck by its delectable -bility when I reach puberty sex pervaded, all of my fantasies and brother, Frankie, morphed into a lustful figure. I grew out of such childish things as imaginary friends, but my adolescent urge soon combined with my childhood obsession a urine to taste to eat another boy. So he would always be with me. It couldn't be any boy it had to be one of his attracted to sexually. My tastes were not to discerning lean yet supple, would suffice. Oh and willing, of course. After mother's death. That was alone again. But with a weight lifted off my shoulders, this time being alone allowed me to seek out permanent, companionship. Online at discovered thousands like me thousands debt celebrated the idea of being eaten or eating another. Finally, I begin to feel like myself and not so alone after all. Armen set the table with his nicest dinner aware, but only for one the candle pops as he lights, the wick it casts. A flickering yellow light the remnants of lights scatter across the ceiling with darkness seemingly rising up to swallow the room. The shadow creeps, slowly as he sits down to dinner, the aroma of his meal meets his nose with a warm thickness his mouth waters, he places his napkin on his lap. Softly and opens the wine a South African red vintage ninety six the cork releases a loud, pop an arm and pours glass. The crimson liquid fills the class as the gleam of red orange light begins to fade from the ceiling. Armand carves is meat and places it in his mouth. He let's it sit on his tongue for a moment for chewing. Savoring its juices. His eyes closed and his mind focuses on the taste and the texture. He wonders what it would be like to eat a, man. A smile grows on his face partying his lips just enough to take another sip of wine. He will know soon enough. What you've just heard is a preview of mud Stroh if you'd like to hear the rest of the episode, please subscribe to mud Stroh on apple podcasts for wherever you listen to podcasts or find a link in the episode notes. That's M O N S T R U mug Stroh on apple podcasts or wherever you're listening to this.

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#A296 (astray to astron)

The Dictionary

09:50 min | 1 year ago

#A296 (astray to astron)

"Hello words welcome to the dictionary. I have been having long episodes so I need to get to the word to right away. The first word is a stray A. S. T. tr a Y. This is an adverb or adjective from the fourteenth century. One off the right path or route or route some some people want to say and a synonym is straying with an I.. N. G. number two in error away from what is proper or desirable. All the etymology says this is from anglo-french s Stri which means wandering from stray air which means to stray. And there's more at the word stray. Now we have the word astride a S. T. E. R. I. D. E. It is the I form. It is an adverb from sixteen. Ten one with one leg on each side astride a horse. That wasn't even an example. That was just part of the definition but we do have an example. It says she rode astride not sidesaddle and remember this is not a straddle. This is a stride number two with the the legs stretched wide apart as in standing astride. Now we have the second form of Astrid. It is a preposition from sixteen fifty three one on or above and with one leg on each side of as in astride a horse I sense a pattern number two placed or line on both sides of as in towns line astride a river number three extending over or across synonym synonym is a ooh to synonyms spanning and bridging. Now we have a stringent stringency. It would help if I could actually say it. This is a noun from sixteen one. The quality or state of being a stringent which is our next word. It is the I form of two. It is an adjective Tiv- from fifteen forty one one causing contraction of soft organic tissues and a synonym is stip. Dick S. T. Y. P. T. I c.. And another one is puck. Ary Okay We have examples astringent. Lotions wins or an astringent fruit number two suggestive of an astringent effect upon tissue rigidly. Severe Aveer Synonym is austere. And I gotTA throw in. There is a They might be giants Song called James K Polk and Let me see if I can remember. Remember there so basically. It's a song about James K polk President from back in the day. And I think there's the actually rhyme austere severe austere Severe he held few people. Dear I don't think my notes were quite right but maybe I can put in a clip and we have an example dry astringent comments also we have these synonyms at the the end. Pungent and caustic astringently is an adverb. Now we have the second form of stringent it is a noun from sixteen twenty six six and a stringent agent or substance. Sorry I had to Burp off Mike now. We have the word astro biology. It is one word is a noun from nineteen fifty five and we have these synonym exobiology. and Astro biologist is a noun down next. We have Astra Site A. S. T. R. O. C. Y. T. E.. This is a noun from eighteen. Ninety eight it. A large star shaped cell of the Gulia G. L. A.. Astros Siddiq is an adjective. Next is Astros Saitama or astro site. Toma this is a noun from circa nineteen twenty-three a nerve tissue tumor composed of astro sites. The thing that we just talked about next we have astrodome. I WOULD WANNA say astrodome but but I guess that would be the place What does that they have A? There's a football stadium. I think called the Astro Dome. But this looks like it is pronounced astrodome not a Not a long. Oh this is a noun from nineteen forty one eight transparent dome in the upper surface of an airplane from within which the navigator make make celestial observations which I think basically means that they use the stars to navigate? Maybe oh that would be so cool I I I do not know my my i. I'm constellations. I don't know my constellations that doesn't help me. I know where the Northstar is. But that's about it okay next well the big dipper arinze belt. I know that but that's about it next. We have ASTRAL A. S. T. R. O. L.. This is an abbreviation creation for or astrology. Next we have astrolabe L. A. B. At the end this is Is a noun from the fourteenth century. A compact instrument used to observe and calculate the position of celestial bodies before the invention of the sextant. So the sextant is It is a thing I saw one recently. That was old. I honestly don't know enough about them to even describe how it works but I think it has something to do with lining up the moon or the sun on the horizon. And it'll tell you you something about some stuff and things but an astrolabe is an earlier version so theoretically the sextant is better than the astrolabe But you know if you're a lot of people now they're traveling on boats or wherever planes and they have. GPS so they're fine but what if electricity goes out your GPS might not work. What if all the satellites you who knows who knows you gotta you gotTa if you're going to be navigating stuff oh in water wherever You need you need this stuff you should. You should know it All right. Let's simplify the etymology. Is from the Greek Astro Lobos which is from aster prefix plus La Benin which means to take and there is more at the word latch next. We have astrologer Roger. This is a noun from the fourteenth century. A person who practices astrology and we are going to move right into the word astrology. This is a noun from the fourteenth century. One is archaic we just have synonym astronomy number. Two the definition of the supposed influences of the stars and planets on Human Affairs and terrestrial events by their positions and aspects and that that reminds me of a weird Al Song which is all. I think it's called your horoscope your horoscope for today. Something like that and there is a really great part. I think it would be called the bridge of the song long where he Gives an explanation about what astrology is very similar to what I just read But it's all very fast and it seems like it's all in one breath so maybe I'll put a clip of that in here too. I think I'm starting to want to put some clips of things because it's fun and you may table or rather the relative position of the planets specialty. Give You my assurance argue. That came in the ninth. Yeah I've always. It's really like that part of the song. Astrology is interesting. I want to believe it. I do find it interesting. It does seem like that there are some patterns with with with what you get from astrology but at the same time the the more logical part of my brain scientific part of my brain says it's all ridiculous and it doesn't really mean anything so I don't know I I go sort of back and forth on that But you know take it with a grain of salt. Astrological is an adjective and and astrologically is an adverb. And now I have to figure out where we are going to end this episode. I think we're going to do to Moore next word is a straw metairie It is a noun from circa eighteen. Fifty nine a branch of astronomy that deals does with measurements as of positions and movements of celestial bodies and astro metric is an adjective. And we're going to do the last last word for this episode. It is an abbreviation. It is the word Estrin A. S. T. R. O. N.. And that is an abbreviation for astronomer or astronomy. Astronomy not to be confused with astral. which is an abbreviation for astrologer and astrology It is easy to get those confused. all right. So what does the word of the episode Well will you know. Let's just go ahead and pick astrology as the word of the episode. Because it's something that I think is interesting but who knows who knows if it's a real thing or not and that's all I have to say about that. Thank you very much for listening. I tried to make the short and I did so. Thank you and goodbye.

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1412: Sometimes Life Sucks and You Choose Joy Anyway by Krista O'Reilly-Davi-Digui of A Life In Progress on Happiness

Optimal Living Daily

08:38 min | 1 year ago

1412: Sometimes Life Sucks and You Choose Joy Anyway by Krista O'Reilly-Davi-Digui of A Life In Progress on Happiness

"And I'm just a molecule personal narrator reading blogs to you mostly sometimes books anything I think we'll help you live your life in a more meaningful way I do want to mention that today's author this is optimal living daily episode fourteen twelve sometimes life sucks and you choose joy. Many way by Chris O'Reilly Davitti Gi of a life in progress dossier dot Com Slash L. D. League therefore today thank you for being here have a great rest of your day and I'll see you tomorrow where your optimal life awaits in how we choose to be in the world I'm not trying to downplay all your pain or the reality of her situation nor mine but I recognize that mindset matter fresh air and legs that permits to get out for a walk or to dance with our child in the kitchen and when we walked through hard times come up against the very necessary an amazing opportunity I moving out from a victim mentality matters practicing resilience matters I've lived in your lifetime of chronic fear and anxiety and I've lived with deeply sometimes life socks and you choose joy anyway by Christopher o'riley Davitti life in progress dot ca this is real life yet another sewer backup another friend in trouble more financial stressors in payroll hat are not so great as we're Gusto comes in Gaza makes payroll taxes and managing a team actually easy for small businesses gusto automatically to push our buttons and control our Moods and behavior we can decide that whether life is easy breezy or downright horrible choose joy and wear it like a garment eighty to practice resilience to call on the skills we build around self care and self compassion to be reminded of the powerful truth that we get to decide who we are she's okay car accidents are super scary now before we get to a changing the subject small business owners where a lot of hats while some hats are great others like the filing taxes and child going through a difficult time something's up in your body and it hurts dealing with disingenuous people look sometimes life sucks and you choose joy he pays and files your federal state and local taxes so you have to worry about it plus they make easy add on health benefits and even 401k's for your team and you can get direct access certified HR experts to sounds like a pretty good way to kick off Your Business for twenty twenty right but here's the thing deadlines for the New Year Krupp earlier than you think and you're GonNa Wanna get started now anyway should we wait until life calm and perfectly predictable to live with joy do we permit life circumstances to control every thought and emotion why do other people rooted Choi An unshakable rudeness to anchors me in the storm Oh it is not easy my husband here's the stress in my voice and those cruises between my eyes seem a little state but I- stubbornly intentionally choose joy and so can you sometimes it is easy to tell ourselves to calm down that all is well them in offer words of encouragement and maybe some homemade soup we have walked through financial stressors before and will come out of this season to heart and mind intact wait like Gusto make it easier on you as a bonus listeners get three months free when they run their first payroll this is one hot you're GONNA be glad you gave up like I did try demo and see for years we choose joy we are more easily able to identify the gifts of today we have good albeit simple food to feed our family we gotta make life perfect for our friend but we can love self Gusto dot com slash old that's G. U. S. T. O. DOT COM slash L. D. for Gary to it as we optimize your life undecided shift our thoughts and remind ourselves that though life feels rocky right now and we are walking through some unknowns that sometimes life sucks and you choose joy anyway this challenging circumstance for child permits us to come alongside and demonstrate our love and support for him or her intangible ways we have access to healthcare men wishing Krista all the best you can do the same for her at a life in progress dot ca this polls might be even more relevant than originally planned based on the title yet thankfully spawning healthy way distress number five practice gratitude force your brain to see the good if you're feeling incredibly anxious and jittery but our body has other ideas no matter how much we will ourselves that chill out our bossy brain takes over and starts yelling loudly all manner of fear deeper today my jaw hurts because clenching all night I must remember my splint tonight my right arm and joins have flared up in hurt as they do when I'm shifting into a stress Roy in these challenging seasons number one do the work was going through a really difficult time years back my psychologist recommended Byron Katie trade or extremely raw into pleaded we can choose joy anyway number two pause and just breathe don't skip over this if you're stressed out chances are you're forgetting to breathe or perhaps breathing houses a bigger hard stop which can help pull you out of your head into your body a good thing number six enjoy mindful activities like coloring or knit book loving what is I completely disagreed with some of her philosophy yet found parts of it extremely helpful in shifting my thoughts to hope from despair over and over and over there are so many people hustling out of necessity working multiple jobs just doing their best to survive and sacrificing sleep for this but there are equal bankers you to use a journal like my seasonal mindfulness journals or APP to physically write down the things you're grateful for rather than just thinking them writing takes more work tinge during times like these that you and your partner pull away from each other rather than pull together or other healthy touch number four go to bed I feel like I say this into quickly pull out your favorite essential oil and set a timer on your phone to remind you to physically pause a few times day ground your body and take some slow comming debretts number three reach offer comfort more social support a text or phone call a long hug from your partner listen to music that energizes or read a book that inspires Spain Time Watching TV feels easy mine emmy and curling up with a good movie can be lovely once fallen anxious thoughts and our traitorous body falls like hapless little puppy it we can keep practicing in big or small ways we can choose over and over and over can help us lower stress or anxiety we may feel we don't have time for this and really busy seasons but walking yoga stretching or even dancing with a local into the post titled Sometimes Life Socks in you choose joy anyway by Christo Riley Deputy G. of a life in progress dot ca big things to Krista awhile and the office got me through a hard season of life recently but TV watching is not always one of the best ways to unwind number seven gentle movement like walking to step group can boost endorphins and lower stress and anxiety. I'm sorry for the stress you are walking through I wish you were not afraid more alone or in pain I just found out was in a bad car accident. She's okay while enough to continue writing but it sounds like it was a pretty close call she's definitely bruised in dealing with some injuries so where people thinking that staying up till two. AM to work or watch TV's the answer but sleep deprivation impacts your ability to think clearly and make wise decisions to re Super Elvin right now for her own life even though this was written previously hopefully it was awful for you to show her some support and well wishes at a life in progress dot ca since the recent serious car accident and don't forget Gusto offers modern easy payroll and benefits to small businesses across the country and if you want your business to be all set by twenty twenty you don't WanNa wait can touch now and get three months free when you run your first payroll just go gusto dot com slash old that's G. U. S. T. O. OVER WHO and how we want to be in the world and we can choose not to quit when life is hard so what are some habits we can practice some practical tips to help us choose and I can honestly say it would feel far lovelier if my life were absent of struggle in this moment but this is real life and we can do this and I believe there are amazing gifts us on the other side of the valley if we have is to see we can choose to face head on the reality of our current situation and even when life sucks when we feel heartbroken or.

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Motivation to Get Stuff Done

Hello, Lovely

17:08 min | 9 months ago

Motivation to Get Stuff Done

"Welcome to the hello lovely podcast with Christy, Williams, ear I cannot wait to teach you how to be your authentic self, so you can live a life. You love without beating yourself up and feeling stunned so hang out with me, and I'll show you exactly how to do that. Let's get started. Hello Ladies. How are you guys today? What have you been up to this week? I have been creating training programs and working with some women who have some amazing goals. SUPERFUND and I can't tell you how much joy I get creating those trainings. and teaching them and working with them, and see them grow so much fun. Also this past week I went to my very first virtual wedding shower, and it was so awesome I never done that before, and I gotta say I feel like I got to see and celebrate the couple so much more virtually than if we had been in person. Only problem was I, didn't get to squeeze them. Give them big hugs and kisses, and all of those wonderful things. But that is coming as soon as I can. Soon as it makes sense to go over there and safe to do so I will be hugging and kissing them. And celebrating that way, but it was just so cool. It was so cool to see all the friends together and them celebrating such a special time. And just seeing a young couple in love like that reminds me of all. The wonderful thinks that I love about my hubby. And my marriage and all the things. Even though it's eighteen years. Later. What? I can't believe I'm about to be married eighteen years eighteen years. It's been wonderful, but it's just amazing like I can't believe much. Time has passed so anyways. Good things to celebrate in congrats to that couple. All the couples out there getting married right now. In these incredible unique times. So today's topic is motivation to get stuff done. And this one makes me feel so privileged to teach because of the impact. That these tools have had in my own life, and as a result, many other lives. And I'm sure it's the same for you in the sense that when you're around. Someone who is genuinely motivated like it's really coming from their guts. They're not faking it like they are just motivated. You almost can't help starting to feel motivated yourself. So that's Michael With this episode is to show you how to create motivation. That's right, create. Motivation to get stuff done, and I guarantee you as a result when people see you making changes, and they see you motivated and getting things done. They're going to feel motivated to ask. What are you doing? 'cause motivation is so contagious. It's like one of the best contagious things out their motivation. So. Let's first start with why that we don't have motivation. Most of the time. It feels like it's connected to our circumstances, so that can include possibly the day of the week. The time of day are schedule. Maybe our family our resources. Our Responsibilities Like those, things are kind of what we would call our circumstances. But it comes down to one thing. When creating motivation one thing. And it's not our circumstances. It's what you think. Now that's important to know. Because most of us have experienced attributing our motivation or lack of. To our circumstances now that's not a bad thing. But when we do, it creates additional limits to what we think we can do next. And those additional limits to what we can do our what we're thinking how we think about it. What our brain is an we are deciding so here's what I mean. If you look at past historical ways of how you think. Or How may be? You took an action? You may label yourself as someone who gives up. Someone who doesn't follow through? And when you label yourself that way your brain. Will be using that thought as filter for your next action or your decisions. But. What is the circumstance? The circumstance is you. And that you are light, like that is can be totally proved that fact that you are you. And you are alive life and you are not a problem. But when you think about yourself and you have a certain belief. That I, give up. I quit I. Don't follow through. It's hard for me. Those are all thoughts. Those are all what you think about yourself. But they're gonNA, create. A lack of emotion. They're going to create the opposite of emotion. So. Even if those things feel super true, they are all just thoughts. And what is thought if you really think about it? It's like Whoa. Thinking about what if thought is? But if you do that if you just think what is the thought, it sentence in your head. Super good to know because this is how our brains work. Your brain is introduced to a circumstance smell. This is something you either see. Hear smell feel anything like that. It comes into contact with your awareness. Your senses your brain notices. Or as introduced circumstance. You're bringing then evaluates that circumstance like whatever it is. What efforts been introduced to? And it gives you optional thoughts to think. Now what Super Interesting! Here is based on your experiences and part of your human design. Your brain is in flux. INSTE-. And so these will vary by percent like how you grew up or where you grew up or. All of those things so many things plus our human default design. So you have the circumstance that we've been introduced to. Your brain is evaluating it. It's offering you different thoughts now when you think a thought. gwen one is picked and this is happening subconsciously. You're not even noticing it. When you think a thought. Your brain will create an emotion. It's almost automatic like you don't even notice a gap in between. It's like imagine a brain synapses. Which I hope I'm seeing that right, but it's just quick. It's like automatic brain. Have thought feel feeling. kind of like. You just don't notice your breathing. Unless you pay attention. But Trust me. If you're listening to this podcast, you are breathing right, but you're not aware of each breath. You're not aware of what's happening next. You are just breathing on defoe. So let's recap when you seek something. You feel an emotion. Having a thought. And you feel a feeling. And it may feel connected to our circumstance that we've been introduced to or that. We're thinking about because we don't notice. That we are thinking in between, we just feel a feeling and we're seeing or experiencing a circumstance. The thought is automatic. So. Let's just take a minute to celebrate this design of the brain. Because without it. We'd be like robots just waiting for input. We introduced to her circumstance. Just waiting waiting. Waiting. Nothing else can happen until we think something. So our brain is designed to have thousands. Of Thought Today. Some are automatic. But all are so valuable to have as options because we have to react, we get to react. We choose to react. So what happens is when we're not aware of what we're thinking if it's one of those thousands of thoughts at just being offered up by our brain, because of either human design or because of our. Personal experiences in the past. We may be surprised by an emotion that we have. And then think. We have to wait for that emotion to change by changing our circumstance. So motivation for example is not coming from our circumstance. Our motivation is not coming from. The exercise routine. Motivation is not coming from the eating plan or another person. Or the time of day or your skill? Motivation is coming because you're thinking something. That makes you feel. Motivated so when you're not motivated sometimes, we're thinking the thought that is similar to this. What's the point. We may be in this. Thought and just really feel discouraged right, so imagine this when you're not motivated in your thinking thought. Similar to what's the point. You feel powerless. In bliss discouraged. Something that doesn't produce movie. Like actions. It feels kind of final. So, what's the point is thought. Not a circumstance, just notice. The difference there, so you see how this is true for you like. What are you thinking right before? You decide not to work out. What are you sinking? Right before you decide? Not to follow through or not to get out a bit like literally take a minute with me. Let's do together. Pitcher yourself in a scenario. Where you've. Plan to eat or plan to exercise a certain thing or a certain schedule. What are you thinking? Right before you decide not to do it. Maybe. It's something like what's the point that sample when I used before. Maybe it's a thought it doesn't matter. An, how do those thoughts? Make you feel? Not? motivated. So. If you're wondering why not motivated I have the exercise plan I, have the time. I have the skill. I have the ability I have all the food like I went to the store. I've got everything. It's because things are circumstances. And they don't do anything to you. They don't create motivation. You're not motivated because the thoughts you're thinking are not creating motivation, so remember. When you think thought, you feel an emotion, it's instantaneous. So if you're thinking, it doesn't matter. What's the point you're instantly going to feel? Not. Going to be one of those other ones. So, let's get to what. Thoughts to think then. that. Create the feeling of motivation. Because in that brain process. I taught you earlier. You have a circumstance. Your brain thinks thoughts based on evaluation. Soon as you think a thought, you feel a feeling and the knicks component after feeling is action, so it looks like this. I know I'm repeating this spin. It might be new for you and I. WanNa make sure it's clear. You have a circumstance. Your brain evaluates and creates optional thoughts. When you think of thought. You have a feeling. When you have a feeling, it creates actions, and then all those things together produce a result for you. So if you create the feeling. Of Motivation. What will your next action be? Exciting right. Next action when you feel motivated is getting stuff done? which is exactly what you wanted to? So I'm going to share some of the thoughts I. I use that I love that. I want you to totally steel, so if You think these and you feel motivated. Steal them, and then you can create your own motivation. My personal favorite is I'm going to figure it out. I'm going to figure it out. That makes me feel. motivated. So compare those two thoughts. Right the point. And I'm going to figure it out. Do you see that thinking one of those put you in a completely different direction from the other. That's how your brain works. It's not by accident. So if we work backwards from the brains process, what result do you WANNA create? It's getting stuff done. So. What would I be doing? If I was getting stuff done like what would my actions be? If I was getting stuff done, I'd be planning my meals IB setting my alarm clock I'd be getting out of bed when I planned. I'd be eating the food I plant. I'd be working out cleaning the kitchen. Like think about your actions right here. Your stuff you WanNa. Get done here. And then what would I need to be feeling? To do those things I'd need to be feeling motivation. Focus appreciation. What would you need to be feeling to get that stuff done like isolate the one feeling isolate one emotion. Because then you can ask yourself this question. The one. That really really really matters. What would I need to think? To feel that way. And I really love the thought I'm going to figure it out because that gives me motivation at. It doesn't matter what I'm doing. Does it matter what result I'm creating or in the process of doing? When I think I'm going to figure it out I. Feel motivated. then. My next is always a step in the direction of getting stuff done. Because if I'm choosing to think. Like I have a brain, the guts my ability I get to choose intentional thoughts I wanNA think why not pick one that offers me motivation. Not I'm looking for. Because motivation won't just happen. It is created by what you think. One sentence at a time. So practice this practice at this week. When something quote, unquote comes up. And you don't feel motivated. You can think. I'm going to figure this out. And then I want to hear all about it. Want to hear what your experiences when you practice that thought and how it's different for you. Or Tusa thought that you came up with when you ask yourself. What would I need to think to feel motivated? Because if you can be aware of what you're thinking and see how it makes you feel. You will be able to take consistent actions towards the result. You want every day and that is exactly. What you need. To get stuff done. I love you guys so much have an amazing week and I'll see you soon. Hey if you're ready to feel genuine confidence I, invite you to work with me one on one. I help women manage negative emotions. Stop beating themselves up and live life they love. Because when you have genuine confidence and have the energy to do, it's important to you. And the tools to create new results. Join me at Miss Christie Williams dot com to find out more. That's MS C. H.. R. I. S. T. I E. Williams dot com and I'll see you inside.

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Introducing Monstruo

Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

08:51 min | 2 years ago

Introducing Monstruo

"The heart of a man is darkness depravity -struction if you ever wanted more from your true, prime podcasts have you ever wanted to feel the line approaching and then be helplessly old across it. Prepare yourself for the most extreme podcast you will tougher here. Monster the new offering from the minds behind sword and scale dark topic in the Westside fairy tales is an audio or true crime experience. Unlike anything you have ever heard travel through time in a cross the globe to slip on the shoes of the most inhuman killers in absorb the details of their unspeakable acts envision their crimes more vividly than ever before. Let it surround you feel terror fear. Sickness monstrosity jailable at monster podcasts dot com, apple podcasts, or wherever you. Listen, simply search monster M O N S T R U of to subscribe today. And while you're searching, here's a preview of the stroke. He wipes his shoes before entering the farmhouse. His mother always required. He wiped his feet as a child she would get very cross with him. If he forgot he cringes. Remembering her shrill shriek echoing through the old farmhouse? She was very controlling after his father left. He was the man of the house, and because of that he was a dutiful son. They would spend hours decorating each of the thirty six rooms in the farmhouse with a different theme with no father, no husband, and no siblings. All they had was each other. Now, he had nothing. Nothing, but the quiet 'isolation of his form house. Began to prepare dinner. Does he thought more about that childhood memory that which shaped the rest of his life the meat choice? Cut strikes the pan erupts into white noise. The memory reminds of how much he longs for a friend for a companion. His mother suffered a heart attack and died just two years ago while he was at work. You're moves the cut of meat from the pan and sets it to rest after his mother's death. He was left with a sense of relief. Actually, he was out from under her thumb now, but lonelier than ever. No longer bound by the restricting love of his mother. There is nothing holding him back anymore. He has spent the last two years immersing himself in his subversive fantasy. He knows it's wrong. But it takes away some of the pain some of the loneliness. There is the man that people know and the man he hides the man he wants to be always looking for someone to fill the void. He turns to the internet. This new invention that makes it possible for a lonely, man. Living in a farmhouse to reach out through the ether. His eyes are still dry from the cold night air, he blinks, and as he does. So a memory of his father's face flashes before him like a roar shack test. The results of having stared at a light to loan, and then closing your eyes. The blurry imprint burned into his retinas. His fantasy is wrong. He knows it. But what is the harm if it's just a fantasy? I was a young boy when my father left and after I never felt more alone. I hated the solitude. To cope I retreated into my imagination only there could I do whatever I wanted. My imaginary brother, Frankie, and I would play Robinson Crusoe my favorite book. It was this book and its cannibal islanders that taught me how to truly never be alone. I was only eight when I had my first thoughts of eating avoi-. I saw classmates exposed by and was struck by its delectable -bility when I reach puberty sex pervaded, all of my fantasies and brother, Frankie, morphed into a lustful figure. I grew out of such childish things as imaginary friends, but my adolescent urge soon combined with my childhood obsession a urine to taste to eat another boy. So he would always be with me. It couldn't be any boy it had to be one of his attracted to sexually. My tastes were not to discerning lean yet supple, would suffice. Oh and willing, of course. After mother's death. That was alone again. But with a weight lifted off my shoulders, this time being alone allowed me to seek out permanent, companionship. Online at discovered thousands like me thousands debt celebrated the idea of being eaten or eating another. Finally, I begin to feel like myself and not so alone after all. Armen set the table with his nicest dinner aware, but only for one the candle pops as he lights, the wick it casts. A flickering yellow light the remnants of lights scatter across the ceiling with darkness seemingly rising up to swallow the room. The shadow creeps, slowly as he sits down to dinner, the aroma of his meal meets his nose with a warm thickness his mouth waters, he places his napkin on his lap. Softly and opens the wine a South African red vintage ninety six the cork releases a loud, pop an arm and pours glass. The crimson liquid fills the class as the gleam of red orange light begins to fade from the ceiling. Armand carves is meat and places it in his mouth. He let's it sit on his tongue for a moment for chewing. Savoring its juices. His eyes closed and his mind focuses on the taste and the texture. He wonders what it would be like to eat a, man. A smile grows on his face partying his lips just enough to take another sip of wine. He will know soon enough. What you've just heard is a preview of mud Stroh if you'd like to hear the rest of the episode, please subscribe to mud Stroh on apple podcasts for wherever you listen to podcasts or find a link in the episode notes. That's M O N S T R U mug Stroh on apple podcasts or wherever you're listening to this.

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mot juste

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

01:34 min | 1 year ago

mot juste

"Mariam Webster's word of the day four November eighteenth. Today's word is spelled as two words as they would be in French and OT J. U. S. T.. Mobile juiced is a noun that means the exactly ranked linked word or phrasing. Here's the word used in a sentence from the New Yorker by John mcphee at best the sources are mere rest stops in the search for the Malaysia. Your definition is in the dictionary. English was apparently unable to come up with its own. Mo- juiced to refer to a word or phrase that expresses exactly what the writer or speaker is trying to say and so- borrowed the French term instead. The borrowing was still very new when George passed the pen name of Emily. More Simmons described characters wordsmith ARY in her eighteen. ninety-nine novel writer's life with these words she could launch her her sentences into the air knowing that they would fall upon their feet like cats. Her brain was almost painlessly delivered. Lhamo juiced as English english-speakers became more familiar with the term. They increasingly gave it the English article ova instead of the French Lou with your word of the day. I'm Peter Sokolski visit. Miriam Webster Dot com today for definitions. wordplay and trending word look ups.

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Count To The Beat!

Akili and Me

12:36 min | 8 months ago

Count To The Beat!

"Are you ready to Join A. Little Lion Happy Hippo and Bush baby as they go on fun filled adventures to learn about numbers, colors, letters, and more legs go. The Sun goes down he goes to. and. She entered the world anti malls. The Edge. There is something strange. Land the animals taking. Doesn't understand. But if you help out, we know we can be done. Will be fun. At. Last night. There what is it? The Old. Kid. Baby C. Dance Dance. Hey ABC next one is e Alabam. Allah. Family but the family G. Hey just house. Hockey. House. E F G has alphabet is really great. For. Anzac. Dome. Jump. K.. Count. Alliance. I J K L way use ladders to spell. For amount and my job, the mountain and his night nineteen ninety nine. owensboro oceans. Of Blaze. Always say. Speed. Very I'll be we'll be Benfield. Ball Ron. And says. See very tight. Dot Dot tie. For. A Fee for. A. Bear S. T. you sing the alphabet was W is for wind. Will Win. Boss at the end box. Why? Anti. down. W. Wise that's all the letters. The land. Leads. Learn dating. Right Talk. Da. Da Da da Da da. Data. Dinosaur. Aw. Hello there kids day I'm going to read you a great story. Today story is mine motherless market. I went to the market to see what I could find the fruits and vegetables per one of a kind. But now on this pineapples, Guavas knoop and still they will so much more. So I wanted to explore. I love my mouth this mock it. Jumped puddles I walked across the muddy all. Then I saw juicy mangoes huddled in groups full but. There was more. So I wanted to see what else I could find. I found five sweet watermelon in a straight line, but there was more. I found six AVACADO big and dream. They were the nicest once I'd ever seen. But there was more. I. Was Tired. But I Journey Don. I kept on walking and just my luck. Then found seven coconuts. But there we'll. So I wanted deeper and I found grates that were bunched together in groups of. What should I buy? I could not decide. Then great idea came to my mind. I would take one of each kind. Of Watermelon from Monday A mango cheese. And Avocado Four. Wednesday. Coconut for Thursday And a bunch of grapes book Friday. On Saturday. Oh, come back again to see what I can find. Oh, my moblised market is one of a kind. The Move. On. Three, three, three, three. Four four, four, four, four. Five five, five, five. So three. Six, six, six. Seven, seven, seven. Seven. Eight. Eight. Nine, nine, nine, nine. Point. Six, seven, eight, nine. Three four, five, six, seven, eight, nine. Hey kids. Are you ready to pound. Okay One one one. From. You I. AM food. One one one. Foods. New. Foods. With the foods. Foods. All. Foods. Four for. Me Fruits. By Five. yummy foods. Fruits. House account can you count? Six six six. Routes six, six, six. Seven Servants Seventy Seven foods seven, seven, seven. Seven. Eight eight. Eight yummy food. Nine nine. Foods. From Miami Booze. Foods. Fruits. Case. Can you counting? Facets, six, seven, eight, nine Jan.. Five. Sixteen. Seventeen. Eighteen. Nineteen Eight nine. Thirteen. Eighteen. Nineteen. Again. Happy Happy Happy. Happy. Happy. Happy. Happy. Baby. Bath. As fast. As there has. Day. So. Happy. Happy. Happy Happy Happy. Happy Happy Happy. Baby. Off. Thanks for joining us on our fun filled adventure. I hope you had lots of fun and learned lots of new things can't wait to see you next. Killian me is produced by Yuban go learning building brains building change.

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Sulfasalazine Pharmacology

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

09:08 min | 1 year ago

Sulfasalazine Pharmacology

"Hey, welcome back to the real life pharmacology podcast. I'm your host and pharmacists air. Christianson. Thank you so much for listening in those of you who have left a kind review in writing Ma doing my best to, to make sure the, the content stays good and relevant. So today, we're going to cover sofas Salazie seen a brand name of this medication is offering, and it's category its pharmacological category is a five essay type compound in that stands for five amino salicylic acid derivative. Now what this medication is used for out in clinical practice. If you can remember that this drug is typically used for inflammatory type diseases autoimmune type diseases, you should be on the right track. Their most commonly, what I have seen in my practice is rheumatoid arthritis being used for that. Also definitely has a role or a have seen used in all stripped, colitis and Crohn's disease. So some bowel and GI type disorders there, and I have seen it used for psoriasis occasionally as well. So very common disease states that are definitely out there that you'll see in this drug can be used within the, the treatment algorithm. For those types of disease states. Mechanistically how this drug works and how it benefits a patient with these potential disease states. It's really not that well understood we recognize it can help to reduce inflammation, and it's theorized at least by a couple possible mechanisms so reduction, and inflammation is possible through tumor necrosis factor. In addition, again, this is theorized. It's not very well. Understood exactly how this drug works. Adverse effects, very important adverse effect. Very common adverse effect of a job said. So now Zia vomiting and because of this, this is one of the reasons why we try to divide up the dose in not give one big daily dose once during the day. So you'll often see this drug split up to is probably the most common spreading out of dosages that I see. So, you know, morning and evening, for example, in again, that's to kinda help ease that, that burden or that stomach upset that the medication can cause. There is a sofa component with this medication as you could. Well, guess, probably by the name, sulpha, Salazie, so rash, risk patients with assault allergy. We have to be aware of that at least in recognize and, and take a bit of caution with those type of patients that have maybe if had allergic reactions in the past, and, or skin reactions to other medications that may have a similar structure, similar component within them another adverse effect can reduce the absorption of folic acid. So if you remember full of acid, it's important for a bunch of different things, but definitely in the context of anemia full like acid deficiency can lead to development of anemia. They're so important to remember that aspect into think about that in a patient, who may be taking self cells Zine. There are some kind of rare or more serious unique adverse effects though. These don't happen very often, but they certainly can be pretty serious, so hypnotic issues. That's the first one I kind of think about so monitoring. LSAT's is going to be important there. Also rarely may see a plastic in Nimia and a granules toast us risk as well. Now, this can be exacerbated by patients who are on other medications, you know, I think of methotrexate as far as liver goes, a granules toasts us, you know, the drugs that can suppress the, the immune system, for example there. But again, for monitoring, we're gonna look at LSAT's for liver in CBC you might see a done periodically to monitor for those other things. Now a really, really important patient education, point that I do. See get missed once in a while is the onset of action of medications. And this is a drug that takes a while to work. So let's take that example of rheumatoid arthritis. This drug is not intended to treat and manage a rheumatoid arthritis flare, the onset of action is going to be usually multiple weeks. Three plus before you're going to start seeing some decent efficacy, and helping with those symptoms. So really early important educate your your patients saying, you know, this is not going to be a silver bullet. It's not gonna work right away. It takes some time to work. So good education point to remember, their fear of pharmacists or pharmacy student in the market for board. Certification material go check out method wanna one dot com slash store. S. T. O. R E. We've got geriatric certification study materials ambulatory care. Pharmacotherapy. Opium as well as linkup to are now flex material on our ex grad dot com. So go check that out if you're a nurse practitioner, physician med student nurse looking for clinical education on medications. Check out met at one one dot com slash store. We've got audible books there that are for free. If you've never had an audible book, definitely a cool thing to, to take advantage of their if you haven't been on audible member before so get met at one one dot com slash store. Wrapping up on drug interactions. Today, a few that I, I wanted to mention with salsa cells, specifically did Jocson, self sows in can actually reduce the concentrations of Jocson so on to note there. I definitely think of drugs, that have kind of compounding adverse effect. Acts and an example here would be elevation and LSAT's. I mentioned you know drugs like methotrexate, maybe an ice Nyas Zib drugs, that can also impact in and damage liver may have kind of this combination or additive type of fact that we should especially be careful for. And, and maybe monitor even more closely than we would with a patient, just on solve salvaging the full like acid thing. I, I did mention there so important to potentially supplement. If a patient is deficient, and or has other risk factors of being deficient with a full like acid. There is a minor risk of increased bruising and bleeding with the anticoagulant knocks apparen-. So that is something that would recommend to be mon-. Richard as well. And again with these drag interactions, I really try to highlight important things common drugs that are out there and clinical practice. This is not an all inclusive list by any means in that's for any of the podcasts that you're listening to so important to remember that. I try to highlight some important ones that you might come across and relate that information to you, as as best I can. I'm going to wrap the podcast up for today. Thanks so much for listening. If you are kind enough and enjoy the Bod cast, definitely take the time go leave us a review on, I tunes. It's greatly appreciative. You can track me down air christianson on linked in also on the website, real-life, pharmacology dot com. We've got that free thirty one page giveaway. Simply for subscribing of following the podcast when we've got a new podcast available and war. New announcements two different products and things like that. So go check that out. Snagged out for free at real life, pharmacology dot com signing offer today. Thanks so much for listening. Take care and have yesterday.

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Johnathan Abram Interview

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

11:08 min | 1 year ago

Johnathan Abram Interview

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"Welcome to the draws cast podcasts. He's barechested. And leadership with an attitude. And now coming to you live from the Leyshon, draws cast studios and streaming worldwide. Ladies and gentlemen. Ross. Hello and welcome to this version of the draws cast. Jeff Draws dowse key here and I would like to just jump right into it and introduce my guest for today. S T rapoport is a relationship photographer creative journal, expressive arts coach, founder of genius, relationships and host of the life picks relationship podcast. After observing listening connecting with so many couples, St is on a mission to find out what makes relationships work, and how they can become extra ordinary is here to help as many couples as possible. S. T. also is life and business coach that uses alternative methods to get individuals to work better together. And for teams to work better together as well of course in the workplace, let's welcome to the dry casts S., T. rappaport. All Right S. T., rappaport welcome to the draws cast. How are you today? I am fantastic. Thank you so much for having them so excited for this. Yes, it's a wonderful to have you and just so for those of you out there who podcast or you think about podcasting one of the ways that s t and I connected is through. It's Kinda like a match site, but it's for people who were into podcasting, so maybe I'll get a little bit of a sponsor money out of this S., T. But matchmaker DOT FM and you can find people to be a guest on your show, or you can look to be a guest on somebody. Showing I ran into St who? Just connected. She was looking to be a guest. I was looking for guests and here we are yeah, it's a great site. I love it. Yeah me, too, and it's free. best fire so far so far you never know. The beginning is like literally one of the first people on there 'cause like able to see every day as they add new people like okay, this is cool. It's free now. When of wait and see how much longer it's GonNa. Take still. They're going to start charging. Yeah, make the most of it until then. How long have you been on the matchmaker dot FM, not that long maybe three months. Okay, that's great well. Then getting in on the ground floor is always a good thing. So. I know that you're in New Jersey so your Jersey girl. And A yes, so hollow! That may be old school, but I'm a little. I'm a little bit older than you. So you're from New Jersey. Tell us a little bit about you. Give me a general area and you tell me the exact city that you're froma Gimme a little bit of your background how you grew up how you got to where you are today. So. I grew up in Central Jersey Lakewood. It's called it's like right near Jersey shore right near the beach. Such fun really humid. and. Like we're saying I had a great childhood, and my mom is really into education, and like really taught literally like get every single type therapy possible like all the if things and stuff like that, so that like really got Taylormade made for me, and then when I was so fed up with school, because I absolutely hated school like a heyday. I couldn't stand the rules like being told what to do what I have to do. That at sixteen, I Left school I took my ged's, and I went to England then I study in England for two years. I studied are. A bit by it, and then I came back to America to finish my degree in. Be started working my BA specializing in psychology. Doing my first hogger fee and yeah been great, it was really cool. I got to meet people from all over the world and like last year. My friends from South Africa got married. So I got to to South Africa like these things they always WanNa do, but they just don't happen. And then also, there's a reason so. That's going to happen, so it's been exciting. It's been a nice journey. Yeah, that is so true A. When you, even if you want to be an influence or on Youtube, or you know you wanna get into podcasting blogging or whatnot, the more that you put yourself out there the more amazing experiences you can have, and and also my daughter. Just so you know. My daughter studied in England for a full year out at Oxford Brookes University of cool in London Yeah Yeah about forty five minutes west London so. But yeah you. Mentioned South Africa and I recently did a podcast with somebody who was impressed in in the UK up by Liverpool. And I have one lined up with somebody in. Johannesburg in. South Africa coming up and then I have another one coming up S.. T. was somebody that's in Tokyo Cool Yeah Yeah so global and yeah, you know what if I can't get there? I'm also talked to somebody. Who's there you know? I F- I do WANNA. Get to every single country help one day. Corona hasn't as put on hold, but. That will only last. A few months. Maybe yeah, yeah, exactly well. We'll get back out and be world travelers again real soon. So. So Public School Catholic school private school. How what Kinda Highschool did you go to? I went to private Jewish. I went to private Jewish tastic. Okay, great and and then you went to England for college. Where in England did you study in Manchester? No son and I now I'll love the Sun. Every single second of it, even if it comes with the heat and the humidity, because at least they're son. I totally agree. It's like When I was talking to this gentleman, his name was Lee chambers. WHO LIVES IN PRESTON? He's he described like Seattle Washington to me, that's. What the weather was like they're. kind of rare. Get Sunny days. So you, you did a little bit of art gotTa did you get a degree in art or got like? It's a low degree there cold like level three, but they do older degrees. They're differently so yeah. Yeah, exactly so okay, so you got a little bit of that. You came back. You have an eye for photography. and. Now. Do what's well. Tell us about your I think it's called. Life picks photography, so please tell us about that. So. Tiger female life I view the lens from of like a camera like literally know people talk about it sometimes, but like even if I'm holding my camera all the time, because I really don't, it's way too big and way too much for me to like. Go everywhere with, but like a leaf. It'd be like okay. That's cool like that. Where that's like that so I really love for Tiger Affi and in it and especially love them oceans. And I did for. Like everything like in College, I rented a studio when I did for Taga fee there and as soon as I came back, that was like a new always doing. And was doing it I noticed my best part was them oceans part like it just said, and then I was like okay. That's it no more photography I'm doing just relationship for graffiti, no more families, no more modeling, nothing else and relationships when there's like a couple whose in their autumn it relationship where they Lov and connection just going really strong then. I just love that An. What we do is afterwards is take the best picture that they loved. That really shows what they want their relationship to look like. Hang it up on the Wallich a vision board, so he could see what they want where they're going to set their mind in the right direction. So that Kinda, so, how long have you been doing that? Let me ask you that I. How long you been doing the photography thing? For like relationship for graffiti? Yeah, photography, I like to say since I was like I don't know six, probably really. I've been like been hired since I was quite young. but relationship photography was probably three years. Okay, fantastic, and now it sounds like relationship kind of the human experience. Kind of something. The good part of the human experience right is kind of what you're focusing on when it comes to your photography. That's that's very cool you know. iphones take great pictures to I'm sure that you you know being a professional photographer? You're probably like. Oh. Yeah, taking pictures with your. DROLL! Ease. I use my phone I. Travel the world like you said Ma. I can't always take my picture cameras everywhere. Just GonNa. Get like way too big enough to bring too much of their equipment to like. Keep it safe just like all the padding that you need for things like that that totally I just use my phone and get great stuff from it sometimes. There impressive yeah. So myself. So so now you have that photography thing going on, but you also have a real love for helping people, and that's kind of turned into a life coach. Career for you to write and. If I could backtrack a little bit. You said something earlier that I wanNA touch on. And that was your mother wasn't education and different parts of education That was a big influence on you correct. and. and. What kind of education was it? So first of all, she runs a preschool. Okay. So like zero to five, and they're like really big on skills and cognitive development and things like that, but she's also very into finding other sort of methods and ways to like just like things like say music therapy like the sound therapy that people are really into these days ten years ago. We were like doing it. You know like. One specific Juan. Have you ever heard of something called Feuerstein? No. Yeah, like a some people like no everything and so we don't know at all about it. It's really cool it. We're uses top. Modify the cognitive functions of the brain. Literally make you smarter like they claim that. After a certain amount of sessions, your I go up. I haven't tested that, but. It's and it's great because it helps people from down. Syndrome took gifted children like literally anyone adults young children. And as a kid, I got and my mom, all of us get it and my father. You know like all of us and then I got trained into it and I've been working with kids if it and actually this week. Determined to do another training in Rome and of course we couldn't go, so it's online, but because it's from people from all over the world like Singapore Hong Kong Iraqi like all that then. I'm like waking up for every morning starting my trainings there, so my voice sounds a bit. Yeah it's because of that, so yeah, like literally training the brain on how to. How to think and not just like feeding people answers giving people answers. Yeah, so does it fall under the alternative therapy? May Ten years ago. It's probably much more mainstream now and just so you know my I have a nineteen year old son with autism so You know it sounds like maybe some of that. You know that has helped. Allow people. To Autism. Turned that influence in your life and to what you do now because you, Kinda hone in with your coaching skills on the whole left brain. Right Brain, you know how they work together and how the different parts work so you kind taken that influence and put it. Put Your own stamp on it. I always Intel like learning and growing and like taking courses like did landmark Verte that. No from okay I'm sorry. Sorry? For making me look bad. Out If you. Like. We've been always taking courses from when we were little and doing an always growing and finding new things you know so. I've always wanted to know more, so let's say when I was working with my couples and these vision boards are great. They're really fantastic I. think they set your mind in the right direction and there are amazing, but they're very limited. They don't really help you overcome challenges, so I was because I had that mindset. Because I'm constantly looking for more ways, a new things new ways to do things. It wasn't crazy for me to think okay. I had this, but I want to add to that. Because that was the way grew up and that's the way constantly do things. So like it's like my mom, because it's really good to just have it in your toolbox when I really think that it really does make a difference, because even as I speak to you because the fact they know foreseeing might ask more questions, or whatever it is, you know. So. I was really curious to know how else could help. These couples I don't to go back to school like I said I was fed up of school I also think that especially for psychology or therapy than they very much. Train your brain to think in a certain way. Now you if you're going to be a psychologist like you do have to go to school, I'm not taking that away and I. Don't think that. One of the street could just go and be a psychologist at all, but I wasn't ready to go to school and do that, so I want to know how else I could contribute. How else could I give house? Could I lead? What else could I do? Without the ink going to school now when I came across this thing called creative journal expressive arts I loved it because when I work with someone when I give a workshop when I try to help people, it's not about me. It's about them and it's completely in their journal if they don't WanNA share. They don't want to tell me anything you don't have to. It's all about your own personal vault. How much you want to grow how much you motivate yourself. What do you want to do and that's how far you're going to take it, so I found fascinating And one of the things. I was doing my research and trying to find out a little more about what you do and how you do it. There was this left brain right brain I. Guess Exercise that you call it where you use the opposite. Your, non strong side hand. To write out some items, and that's kind of were gets a little jumbling for me trying to sit here and explain it so I'm GonNa. Let you explain exactly what that is. Maybe what it's called maybe how it works and some results that you get from it. Yeah let's let's start with the background of how it works, so you don't think that I'm crazy. I mean you probably will think or ready if you haven't think so yet, but. I don't care because it works you try it. You'll see. It works to be great for Your Business and everything else that you're doing. But we all know there's two sides to the brain. Right that you do know. I do thank you. Think, but yes, there's the right ones. The creative wants the dominant I got I got that there's. Holidays in there, yeah. Yes the right brain is in charge of the left side of the body, and the left side of their brain is in charge of the right side Safadi good. For the people who don't know because everyone's a smart as you is that in. Logic brain. The left brain is the logic brain like math reading writing anything. They have to think logically. Rain like you just said is the creative brain art music drama and it's also in charge of emotions. Okay I'm listening. I am on yeah. You're listening holy. I feel I sense it over the zoom screen. It's great when you write with your non dominant hand, you access your creative mind and your emotions, so you could get those answers that you're looking for without having those logic reasonings getting stuck in the way, and like those excuses that you make trying to figure out things. does this. Man Doesn't matter what hand right so you're still accessing the creatives. I'm right handed, I would write with my left hand, even if I was left handed wrote with my right hand. I'd still getting the same response, yes. First of all you're creating new non connections. That is like a really big one. Right and be we live in a very left world very logical soon as you get into first grade. Writing your name learning how to spell. That's logic so when you don't use the right. Brennan's much unless you're a musician or someone who really spends the whole day in their creative brain. We don't use it as much. So worth any hand to us, we'll get you into your creative brain. Nephew, WANNA. Use as going back to the exercise like you said. If, do you want me to share it or do you WanNa? Say or to know this is your my guest. I want you to? I want you to look good and and explain it how you how you see it since you're the expert on it, so please. Hey so I love this. It's a basement exercise. It's great because it works with something and especially for leaders out there who want to. Know how to lead how to? Do the right things how to connect with people how to understand why people are behaving certain ways. This is like amazing. You'll literally get the answers that you want. Although I will say my disclaimer that your body doesn't give you answers that you're not ready for so if you do this and you don't get answers. Your body has to trust the system. You're just like you don't open up to stranger right away. You'RE NOT GONNA. You're not just going to give you answers like that, so try it, and if it doesn't work, try to get in a few days and you'll get your answer solely overtime. So, that sounds like an interesting in a business environment if you're leading a company or something that sounds like a great thing that you could do, as you know for individuals or Even maybe if there was like a company, retreat or something like that yeah I, see you shaking your head like yet. It's great. Yeah is great either for Sri even for a business meeting like you WANNA. Get the most out of this business meeting. This would be great. Literally takes just a few minutes, and it changes everything, so we want to do as is draw a picture of the situation with your non dominant hand. Let's go back to that business meeting. You WanNa. Have you're GONNA draw picture of the results of what you want at this meeting, right? What, what are we saw, is there? A standard or you know as an example say you're asking somebody something. What would be a typical? I guess question that you would try to access. The brain to try and get the answer, yes, so I'll give you like four basic questions. It's really easy to start off with, and once you have that you could continue the dialogue. You could make up your own questions. There's no real rules, but just to get you started. Drawing versus picture this difficult situation you're in, it could be the era of your life. It could be your relationships. It could be your health. Be Your Business. Whatever it is someone your co worker that you're not working or team. They want to manage right. And you're gonNA draw that picture. Doesn't have to look beautiful justic figures the process that are making. And then we're going to do is. Ready to be weirded out. Is You'RE GONNA? Have a conversation between your hands now. Really, it's a conversation between your two brains. Because you can access your brains like that, you're using your hands tools taxes it okay, all right and two different color pans, or even better. If you want to get off on different color, markers or crayons, and your dominant hand is going to be asking the questions, because you're thinking logically, and your non dominant hand is GonNa be answering the questions, because that's your emotions and your subconscious mind working. Now when you answer questions, you are not thinking because it's not you answering. It's your emotions answering so you don't have to worry about that. You're only thinking when you answer when you ask your questions logically k ready now. You're going to be talking to the picture, so you drew this picture of. This. your. Business Your team that you're leading right and how you want them to see that there's conflicts going on, or they're not motivated enough to do this project, or they're under too much stress or whatever it is Casey you draw that picture. Of what it is, what the situation! Then you're asking the question question number one. Who are you to the picture? Just like a simple picture, so and then you're going to answer with your non dominant hand. Let's say the team is under stress. K. Now question number two right. We're going back and forth so that way. You connect both sides of the brain. We don't want to do only one side of the brain. We WanNA. Use everything. Why do you? How do you feel? We feel stressed or I felt overwhelmed or I feel pressured or whatever answered is right. You're not thinking you're just writing. Why do you feel this way? Okay Air Answer and question number four is. How can I help you? Or what can I do to help you? And you're going to get an answer and now if you feel like you have more questions like. I feel this way. What else should I do were what caused me to feel this way or whatever else who want any sort of question? You're curious about because like you might bring up things. They didn't think of before or more steps. You're not sure exactly what to ask them. Go back and forth. Continue your conversation. Ask Her questions and answer. Now you're going to get either answers that you never thought of before. Or stuff that you know in the back of your mind, but you don't want to admit it, and you have all your excuses, and you have all your reasons, and they could be really valid, but now you have the mount in front of you, and it's your choice to take responsibility for and go and do it, and if you're not your to do that, then ask that right. You're not stuck, you don't. There's no excuse of saying I'm not sure I. Don't know what to do because if you could ask the question and your mind, your subconscious mind knows what it has to do so it will give you the answer soon as you're ready for it. Yeah when you said the back of your mind I was I was thinking. You're accessing. Two, subconscious. Yes, exactly, that is conscious Does that make sense to you, but now yeah, absolutely. You get the you know it's you know to me. It almost sounds like. Like therapy, right sitting and talking to somebody, but you're. You're just doing it yourself and you're using the sex or size access both sides your brain to get the answer rather than maybe going to somebody and talking to them about it, yes, and also just like you said. I find it more beneficial than therapy because. The subconscious mind motion doesn't go in circles many times he gives a really short answers or really direct you get straight to the point. So, you could have a dialogue of three pages, but you're getting very specific answers versus a conversation with someone else, and you're feeling uncomfortable, and you're not sure what to say and you have. This reason doesn't have it your speakers for you for no also wants you. WanNa, share it and. That's it you throw it out afterwards. You got your answer. You know what you have to do with your team. Now that's an. Yeah! That sounds great, so you've. Do you sell that as a package to somebody. Are you doing it with individuals right now? How are you utilizing? This. This therapy I'm just calling it what you know kind of comes to mind for me here. Perfect like that. Do you it. Mostly with couples together with release Auger fee, so we mixed together if someone wants to just separately without the photography, have the option also, but mostly it's twelve sessions with photo shoots. You get your pictures. You get your answers. You learn how to understand yourself and overcome those challenges that you have because. Life happens and things get underway and we feel like we want to do something, but we've our stock and we're not sure why, and as soon as you get in the habit of having these journal problems of knowing what to do of being able to do and just like me every single time I have a challenge. Literally the first and Nicholas to my mind is go to my journal because I know I'm going to get my answer from there so as soon as you have the habit. Your your answers and he feels great. So, are you right handed or left handed? What you strong side I'm right handed. Okay, so when you are in your journal. Are you writing right handed or you? Writing left handed so if I'm writing questions, I'm writing with my right hand. If answering questions writing with my left tackle, you utilize it even when you're writing in your journal. Of course, my whole thing is like I would mo if anything I mostly use my non dominant 'cause sometimes you just. Want let's say like I said that picture in the beginning that you're drawing, because it's a very good to get the creative mind with the art part there I would just like. Let the picture speak. There's also all the non dominant hand to use that. All the way, yes, I never turn old before I got into this I hated it in the beginning until I saw the answers that gave me I was like okay. I love this. Yeah, so, do you? Do you write on. So. You start out you typically right? You know if if it's opener, are you writing your questions on the right side of the page and your answers on the left side or you? Writing left handed on the right side of the page doesn't matter. It doesn't matter most people like to do it as a conversation so when they read it afterwards, it's easier to float like you see the flow better so right on one page and you just. 'cause you're still writing in the same direction I. Don't know which is I'm like feeling. Well Mirror now but. Even though it's the non-payment hand. You're still writing going from. Left to right. That's how we right. Yeah, you know I'm sitting here on a picture, I'm using my imagination, I'm GonNA obviously I'm going to do this I gotta to give this a shot. Goes. I will it. It seems like you kind of cut through a lot of the crap when you do that. and. You're shaking your head like all right. This guy is getting these figuring this thing out. And did you learn the send your studies in England? But okay, so this is. This is just shelley currently still in training for it. been trained enough to work with people so for the past six months I would say I've been working with clients already. From A. To go to California to get trained. That's CG C. J. E.. C. J. You many letters I gotta make up. As long as you know at this point, you know that's that's right. So this is so. There's training in California, but you can't get there. But you add trained. That changed everything. Yeah, it was meant to be. A WE CAN California a year of training over zoom case studies stuff like that and then a week back in California to Corona. That is happening, so it's instead. It's another seven months over zoom. Wow F inflammation to do. Yeah, no, but that's really cool. There's there's all kinds of interesting things that you can do and I learned a lot about. This from my being autistic and whatnot, but there's different ways to stimulate your brain and for him one of the things that he did that. We haven't thought about before was horseback riding. That's cool I'm quite fan of that, too. Yeah, so he got a lot out of that, but there's these exercises. There's literally even just like taking giving him papers markers to color and scribble with his non dominant hand will allow him to access. Is Emotion just release emotion like I? Say to anyone who was like. If you're really angry, most people either like scream and yell or the lake shut down one of the two, and they're both not healthy because. Lock in your emotions and you don't want to release them an unhealthy way so scribbling out with your non dominant hand is direct access to your motion and just releases it so I'm sure he would have liked that. Yeah I might like that, too. That's really good. That's really good i. look forward to seeing what happens especially. Once you get fully. Certified or Whatever it's called through the CJ. Creative Journal expressive arts excellent, and weren't California's this. This was an Cambridge. Okay actually the training was templeton. Right near their. Time usually flies on the dress cast and I must be asking the right questions and press the right buttons, but so to end the podcast. What I do is I usually. Ask people a lightning round of five questions just to get a little bit so my listeners can get to know you a little bit more nothing serious, usually just kind of fun stuff so excited. Okay, good all right excellent, so S. T. Rappaport. First question, what's your favorite food? A fall fair tear. Yes. Let is. lattice! Oh Man, our question number two d like to Cook No. Maybe, that's why like lettuce storm to cook. So we're in the world heavy. Never been that you'd like to go. So many places I started listening your whole list. I choose one. Yeah, fire wants to buy. Dubai yeah, okay, yeah, that's kind of like. It seems like a really cool place, doesn't it? Yeah, could there soon. You know it. Sure if you're sure. It will happen as long as you're sure of it to whatever you want or whoever's listening if you're, you're going to make sure. There's GonNa. BE A way. You're gonNA find now eight to do it. Yeah, yeah, right, so do by very interesting, but let me ask you this. Do you like sports? I'm not into sports like specifically like teams and stuff like. Official things, but I do like for my own sake like just like playing lake, little sort of sports like swimming and stuff like that. Yeah, you like more individual sports. Yeah, okay, all right. Yeah! Yeah. I was trying to come up with something off. The top of my head lake booed. This is going to be a Dandy Stamina. I'm going to Stumper, but. Okay here's one. What your shoe size. Anywhere between seven and eight, so that could be seven seven and a half or eight I guess okay yeah. All right awesome. How do people get a hold of the find out how to do business with you? Best Place to be that is to go to life. PECs relationships that a s M e, N had left. Speak to you. Yes, and I believe that's picks with an X. Right. That is correct. Fantastic all right. This has been great I appreciate you spending spot an hour in the draws cast I learned some really awesome things and I'm glad that we were able to kind of apply that into a leadership round two and how you can take those exercises and either. Problem solve right or just Kinda to help each other on a team. Kinda learn about each other, so that was. Yeah enjoyed being on the jaws cast. It's fun bean. Awesome so those of you out there who are listening or you're watching this on Youtube. Don't forget about my books. 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interview with Sean Gallagher

Young and Irish Youth Media Team

04:44 min | 2 years ago

interview with Sean Gallagher

"Hi My name is amy and I'm here with Jack and why medium where Interesting Sean got her Esi bit about yourself. My name is Shawn got to her. I'm principle of Azema national school small school outside Bellona in County Mayo I was also former deputy director of the professional development service for teachers and in natural I advise schools and teachers on the use of technology and teaching learning and assessment. You mentioned that you're a teacher defense identity director and how did he say I suppose I've heard of a very charmed existence in my role with P._D.. S. T. I was able to engage age with an awful to people who are working at the cutting edge of the use of technology and teaching and learning when I returned to school then it was my chance my opportunity to be able to embed these ideas into my everyday teaching so at this stage the use of technology in the school or something that I use a teacher but also the pupils in the school were extremely comfortable with it's. It's not something that they think about anymore but rather they they have the ability to be able to use it fairly seamlessly with every subject area your former school optimize national school has been very proactive in the use of digital technologies to enhance learning. Can you share them with the work. You have done in this area some of our some of our use of technology is is some people might say. It's very very basic but for example if I was to take <hes> Eh an incident in the school on Christmas week where Sparrowhawk crashed into the scoop one of the sixth class pupils was able to safely hold the Sparrowhawk in their hand and other kids grabbed a device and recorded as. We feared that the Sparrowhawk was dying so with the image and everything but we didn't know what to do. This is a bird of prey so we took to twitter straight away and sought advice and we got advice snooty straight away from bird watch Ireland and from the S._p._C._A.. And it just showed the children that technology can connect them not just to online encyclopedias are documents documents but it can also connect them to read people who can solve real world problems as they arise now. I totally different level. Yes we did a lot of work on computational thinking and the introduction of coding. In Primary School and it just meant that children view problems like math problems differently they break them down into small manageable steps. They know what details leave in what determined to leave out and that helps them. It won't just have the knowledge to help them into the future because that's really at the core of problem solving is breaking it down into manageable teams the ability to work together making a film are even doing what you're doing. Now is it requires a level of collaboration that normal paper based activities don't entail and putting the project together at making a film all of those require levels of. Cooperation and seamless use of technology the today conference is creative collaboration practice. How important is each of these education? Creativity is is is hugely important because it's it's the your ability to articulate your own voice. It's not just giving back an answer that you think the teacher was but it can give a creative response something that maybe very few other people have come up with for four. It's the ability to make something new are adopted different. Approach collaboration in the workplace work has changed so much it requires you to be able to work with other people so rather than putting your arm around.

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EP124: The Budget Mom, Kumiko Love

Babes and Babies

1:10:05 hr | 10 months ago

EP124: The Budget Mom, Kumiko Love

"I'm a proud first generation Tony's American working mom to an amazing one and a half year old boy. Was One situation with sugar because the the Mama I'm Catherine, Young. Hey everybody, welcome back to the Miraculous Mama's podcast I'm your host. Elizabeth Joy, and we believe in empowering women through storytelling and education and I'm so glad that you are here today. For today's podcast, we have on the budget. Mom, we have Miko love on in. She is going to talk to us about how she. Man are deter story. She became the budget mom how she got out of debt and how she helps moms. Get Out of debt and live the life that you love on a budget and. How to plan for your future and for? Things that you want to be able to do with your family. She's just so knowledgeable and so fun to talk to, so we are super excited to have her on before we get into it. I told you guys that I'm going to be going over. Some some segments. As I'm preparing. For my birth and my birth plan and everything like that. I wanted to keep you guys in the conversation 'cause. There's a lot of things I'm realizing that we have not talked about on here. Some super excited. In the next couple of months, we're going to be talking to. Prenatal chiropractor and acupuncturist an acupressure. Specialist going to be talking to a placenta encapsulated. Some people about breastfeeding we are talking about cloth diapering. We're talking about so many things that. We haven't talked about on here and it would just. It's like good knowledge just to have oh the public for talking to a pelvic floor therapist. And it's just great to. Learn this information because there's so much that. I've learned along the way and I know so. Many of you are in the same. Boat and I've been doing. Therapy and going to a chiropractor. Since about twenty. Five weeks of pregnancy so I thought it'd be a lot of fun to. Include you guys in why that's beneficial how it can help you. What these specialists are doing how it could affect your pregnancy. Your labor postpartum anything like that. In like I said just things on the birth plan. We're GONNA. Be talking about delayed cord clamping skin-to-skin. All of that good stuff today before the interview get started I wanted to talk to you about very sexy, subject called group B. Strep or streptococcus streptococcus. STREP THOUGH I I'm not pronouncing it right, but you guys. STREPTOCOCCUS YEAH! So everyone in PREGNANC- in the United States, it is standard practice. For everyone to get tested in a lot of other countries, it is not I know in the UK. It's not, but people are fighting for to be because it's. Scary if it's something that your baby does, get so here. Everyone will get tested stayed usually between thirty five and thirty seven weeks, and what it is. It's a bacteria that lives in the body. And, it usually does not cause a serious illness. It's not an S.. T. S. T. I. and it's. Usually found in your vagina or your rectum? So that means that. Since it can colonize in the vagina that it can pass from a pregnant woman to her fetus during Labor which is rare happens about. To every one or two babies out of one hundred. When a mother does not receive antibiotics during Labor. So. We're just going to chat about this for a minute. So about ten to thirty percent of pregnant women are colonized. With STREP BE, and we'll test positive, but out of the ten to thirty percent of women. They either strep pot like they could be positive temporarily on an off or persistently. Bacteria and everyone can kind of even if you test positive at your thirty five week, appointment doesn't mean that you're going to be positive during Labor. There's people who struggle with it persistently, and it can cause ut infections and all sorts of other stuff. But. Some people have it on and off or it's just temporary case that goes away. So. Being colonized. You're going to get an infection. A lot of people carry it in. Do not receiving infection. And So they started treating everybody who tested positive for jeep GPS GPS. Like. In the nineties they didn't and the cases were a lot higher because the problem is if you're a baby. Does get an infection. If you are GPS positive, and your baby is getting an infection. It can lead to serious illness such as meningitis, pneumonia or SEPSIS. So it is a serious thing if You really are positive, and if it is passed on to your baby, so they started treating GPS positive people. Pregnant, women In the ninety s about one point, seven cases per thousand births. Had, a serious illness, and once they started treating people, it went down two point two five per thousand births, so it was a significant decrease when they started treating everyone with antibiotics. WHO TESTED GPS positive? Now though and they've shown studies have shown, and I'm going to link all of this information for you. The in Labor, the rapid test is much more effective and not every place is doing that now, but that's definitely something to talk to your provider about is that even if you test positive at your thirty five thirty seven week if you can do a in labor, rapid test as well They Excuse me. Another thing that they've shown that has happened, is that. In. Cases where. You're positive and they. If you're positive, they're going to do. IV antibiotics in those cases there's been several studies in seven out of eight studies have showed the IV. Antibiotics affect the baby's Gut microbiome short term so anywhere from four to eight weeks with some more serious cases between six months in a year. And it was even higher in babies who weren't breastfed so that we can have negative effects. The air, the antibiotics can have some negative effects for the baby shown to be short term also. If you're receiving antibiotics, you have a risk of yeast infection, you end the baby both your risk of infection goes up. Which for babies? It's called Thrush sydell usually in their mouth, and for you, it'd be on your breast Antibiotics can do that. But you can also ask. I know being hooked up to an IV. If that's not part of your plan, you're positive doesn't sound fun. You can ask to have a HEP. Lock or a saline lock, and they just administer antibiotics every four hours, and then they can unhook you, so you can move around. So there's some really good news though. About the GPS if you are positive. If, you're GBS. Positive probiotics have shown to. Decrease. The GPS positive group so there was a study in Taiwan. Where they took everyone who? Had tested positive for group B. and they had a placebo group and the regular group and the Placebo Group they gave. Obviously a placebo pill to the other group. They gave antibiotics, too, and the group that are sorry, not antibiotics probiotics. They gave probiotics to the other group and they saw in the group who took probiotics within three weeks. Forty three percent of them tested negative so almost fifty percent of the people who took probiotics within three weeks tested. Negative and probiotics are also shown to. Decrease East infections. If you have a yeast infection, taking a good probiotic is really important and. Affecting, your babies gut microbiome. probiotics are really really good for that so if you're taking probiotics throughout your pregnancy. Your baby is getting. Some of that and you're helping develop that really good gut microbiome so then if you do have to have. Antibiotics if you are GBS positive. Your baby kind of has a little bit of a Head Start and by U, continuing to take them and breastfeeding that will help as well so although GBS can sound super. Scary. It's. They I mean. Not a lot of babies get a serious illness from especially, if treated with antibiotics, and then the probiotics are really great to. To combat the negative effects from the antibiotics, what was really cool in the study in Taiwan as well is that they took? Group B. Strep and put it in a petri dish with vaginal lactobacillus, which was probiotics and they saw that when they combined it. That the group B. Strep couldn't call didn't colonize as quickly or didn't call nines at all. So probiotics have a really positive impact on that. And I've been taking probiotics throughout. My whole pregnancy. In a little bit later I'm also going to talk about. One of my favorite products, which is. From the company, Global Healing and probiotics are super cost effective in absolutely amazing in the company's awesome, and there's a great discount for you guys if you want to check it out as well. So a lot about group B. Strep. Studying all of this I honestly. Didn't know about. Before all I knew is if you tested positive that you got innovates, and it can sound really intimidating scary, but. It's definitely something to have a conversation with your provider. About what if you do test positive are your options? Can you do a rapid test? If you're planning to take anything new such as a probiotic. Always check with your. Provider I. And talk to them about any other possibilities that. Or treatments that they recommend or that are out there for you. I know that this conversation about Groupie Strep as than so much fun and I guess that varies EXC-. But I I think it's important to have these conversations because a lot of people that I've talked to in pregnancy of just pinto, your positive. You GotTa get on antibiotics when you're in labor and that's it. There's like no other conversation or information there so. I think it's good just to be informed and educated, so you can go to your provider with questions and feel in quipped and empowered throughout your experience. We are going to take a quick break so I can talk to you about my favorite probiotic, which I was talking about in the Intro with gut health, and it is by global healing, which is a family owned and operated business since nineteen ninety eight. Are Vegan GMO, free gluten, friendly, ethically source packaged with recycled glass bottles and manufactured in one of the ECO friendliest facilities in the industry The ingredients have been trusted for decades for purity and potency with no binders, fillers or toxic compounds, which is so important. The probiotic I'm currently taking is lateral flora, and it is amazing. Help strengthen your gut supports your digestive system boost the immune system and. I have definitely seen a difference You guys can definitely check it out on their website. They have another probiotic option to that is amazing. It is probiotics and prebiotics. How many of you have heard of prebiotics in that? Is there flora tracks? And it also is going to support digestion. Nutrient absorbed absorbtion promotes a strong immune system. I also helps encourage mental wellness. It is also an awesome product but I also WanNa talk to you about their oxy powder because. We get so many toxins and our body in in our gut, and a lot of it's out of our control like you get toxins from the air from harmful organisms radiation, even from stress, but it's also in your food and beverages and oxy powder helps get rid of that. A healthy body starts with your gut and your digestive system is your lifeline to good health every single day. Processes nearly three gallons of food liquids. In internal secretions, however occasional constipation and other digestive. 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We also know the importance of taking vitamin. D They have son. treks d three which helps boost your immunity. And all of their products are so amazing. And right now as a new customer, you will receive fifteen percents off your order when you use code Mama's at checkout, just go to global healing dot com slash mamas and enter Code Mama's at checkout for fifteen percent off your first order. Products are backed by their year to love it. Guarantee love it, or you can send your bottle back empty or full for one hundred percent refund in the always offer free shipping in the US, and Canada, now back to the show. Well, I'M GONNA. Go get me go on now. We're going to talk about money like I said she's super awesome and I'm really excited that. She is here for this episode so I'm going to go ahead and start the interview. Hey, everyone. I Have Miko love here. You guys know her as the budget. Mom and she is teaching people to live a life that you love on a budget that you can afford, so I think we all have some very valuable lessons to learn here today, so thank you so much. Go for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. I'd love for you to tell us. How did you become the budget? MOM, so the budget volume was really born out of my frustration and hardships with financial management. It was really born from my journey on learning how to budget my money and pay off debt but it was also a a learning journey so I actually created my first blog post for the budget. Mom just because I was going through the credited financial counseling designation and I. I was learning all this amazing stuff that I felt I needed to share with the world it. It really became a mission for me to help other single moms like Iwa, who was struggling financially and learning how to budget and save and pay off debt I think one of the main questions that went through my mind when I initially started the budget. Mom and even today is you know if there is one other thing on who felt? And feels like I. Did when I was struggling financially. If I could just help them, budget, mom and that's really where the budget mob started. Yeah and I know like a lot of people. Do feel that frustration because. I mean the majority of people have some sort of financial struggles, and it's so hard finding. A balance especially when you add like kids into the picture Sino like I'm about ready to have my first kid, and it's such a different mentality thinking okay like I pay my bills I can take care of myself, but then there's this baby coming into the world and I'm like Oh snap I like I. Like, take care of another human being and make sure that. We have some sort of financial preparedness for that situation. Yeah. It's funny because something happens to us when we become moms. We actually do a shift. We go from being selfish under. Who Self with unders? No in my circumstances, like before I had my son. I spent money on myself I. Spend money on myself to make myself healthy. Happy I spent money on myself. Remind meet. And then all the sudden. At least for me when I had my son and They become literally your entire world. It's like there's overwhelming I experience of responsibility. It's like that realization that. Is the human. Depends on you entirely and completely, and that can be a really overwhelming and a release, scary feeling, but for me it really was a motivational type factor in my life, and so yeah, we really do that shift where because someone else's needs and want are more important than our own. Our Shit. Our spending shift with that Yeah I mean that makes total sense. I I would love to know so. A lot of people come to for advice mostly MOMS. What is the biggest question that you get out? Do I start okay I think that's the biggest question that I get because. What happens? Is when you go online, and this is exactly what I experienced. And you try to find resources on how to be better your money. You are automatically fool. I did with all different types, not just information, but all different types of advice, all different types of information. You find yourself getting pulled in ten thousand different directions. And it's like okay well. Not only is learning all about your finances and what you have going on financially, and your life is overwhelming, but what to do with that information is overwhelming so the number. One question I get is Miko I. don't even know where to start. And I think that's a really great question that we get and I'm actually really glad that our number one question because it's the starting point, it's that I Beth you make to managing your finances. That's really really critical. Like just Stephen. Would you say like the desire to want to take that step why the realization that? A self realization that okay. I know air to be a change here. That's a really great step, but also when you're in that moment, and I know that they're coming to me for a reason. They're coming to me because they know there needs to be changed, but it also brings up my number one. F and financial advice, and that's discovering your y and purpose on this journey. It's it's. Realizing, okay I'm here and searching out this information I'm reaching out to someone because I need help. But the deeper question becomes will why. Am I speaking this information. There's a deeper meaning behind that. It's not just I WANNA get better with my finances. The reason you want to get better with your finances and I really challenged my readers to question that and embrace that. Yeah! We're GONNA take a quick break to talk about the stresses of becoming a new parent. 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You can try Leumi by Pampers for twenty percent off by going to Leumi Buy Pampers. Dot Com. That's L U M. I buy Pampers Dot Com and use code miraculous twenty. That's Leumi Buy Pampers. Dot Com and twenty percent off with Code Miraculous Twenty now back to the episode, so I think it's hard because like. If you really want to challenge your finances and get down to it and I think asking okay. What is your purpose? And why is such a great question because? Without that, it'd be so easy. To get off course but with it. It kind of their comes some like accountability with it. Oh exactly, and you know it's. It's your motivation your drive. It's your purpose is what lifts you when you want to give up, it's it's the thing in the back of your mind when you're not making the progress that you want to that, said you know. I, it's okay. Tomorrow's a new day and I'm going to keep pushing. It's it's weird. Giving up is no longer an option for you. But it also does something else. That's really significant. It ties are emotions. And what we're feeling into our financial journey. And I'm a little bit different in the finance expert world that says you know, leave emotions out of it. Emotions should not be tied to your finances because it leads to some bigger problem I'm the opposite. I believe that emotion should be truly and fully embraced on this journey, and there's a couple of different factors into that, but one of them is emotion really. It really does I think drive so much of our spending decisions and the way that we manage our money, and it's not until we can truly embrace, understand and internalise our emotion that we can move forward with our financial decisions. Yeah. That makes sense I remember. I I'm certified life coach, and like part of that you do talk about like finances, and so many people have so many emotional blocks when it comes to money and it a lot of it if you keep digging. Comes down to their worth and their value in what they believe about themselves. Some of they believe about their lives and and kind of like stripping away old lies that you've been telling yourself so. Like what you're just describing brought that up for me, so I feel like. That does make perfect sense to have your emotions tied into it because it. Everyone has some sort of emotion when it comes to money. Right? So it's I, mean it's definitely he that's so. That's so crazy. So you talk a lot about like financial freedom. What is that? Financial Freedom. It's funny because it's kind of the blanket term in the financial world, but really it's very very personal. What financial mean freedom means to everybody is different. it has a lot to do with your financial values. it's it's part of that question What does money mean to me? Why is it important to me? That's GonNa lay an answering that question on these honestly is going to lay the foundation of your financial values, and eventually financial values are going to tell you what financial freedom looks like in your life. Well financial. Freedom for me and the reason. Why on my journey to give an example is? Wanting to Steve Opportunities with my son without relying on debt. When I envisioned my life and I think about my future. That is what financial freedom to me. It's the freedom of having choices options. and but I am sure that if you were to ask everyone else, financial freedom means to them. They're all GONNA. Give you different answers in that really does come back to our personal financial values. Yeah when you talk about like personal financial values, do you? Do you like break them down into categories or I? Guess, how do you? Find what someone's financial values are. All financial value is tied to many different things is how we were brought up. It's how the things that we learn about money. How we perceive money in the value and worth of things, or meave, you know. My financial values can really be described in three or four words so it the Curie. It's peace of mind. and. It's freedom. and I really think that when people are thinking about their financial values and really. Asking them that, so there's no question of what does money mean to me? And why is it important? I always challenge my readers to sit down with a piece of paper and start jotting down words that come to mind when they think about financial values or what money means to them. And all of a sudden you'll start to see people come up with a whole bunch of term. and then from there. It's really diving into what what each one of those words means to you, so I don't think it's necessarily categorizing It might just be a word at represents your financial value that then gets broken down into many different things. Yeah I'm going to have to do that later. I just wrote down. I'm like what does money mean to me now? I'm super curious. To dig down to it. Yeah, yeah, it's funny because. When we start these financial journeys. Or a debt payoff journey or a savings journey a lot of time. We're consumed with the numbers. we're thinking about okay. How much debt can I pay off this month? Right you're thinking about numbers. When really the purpose of our journeys isn't about how much debt you can pay off in the short amount of time or how much money you can save, it really comes down to a self discovery journey, and I'll be the first to admit. I learned more about myself. On my financial journey than I did in any other time in my life. It's because you are four. Ask yourself those hard questions. You have to learn and understand in love yourselves for there to be not just changed, but lasting change follows you into the future. Yeah. that makes that makes total sense all right. We're GONNA. Take a quick break, so I can tell you about Wayne. 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Mamas and I would love to hear what your favorite product is. Ny Now, let's get back to the show. Like I said like I feel like so many people have. A lot of there is a lot of emotion around money so like digging into that and finding your values I feel like you. You'd have to learn to love yourself and half to. You would just learn more about yourself. Because whether you like it or not like. Money is a huge part of our life. So that's how we live. We can't live in this country without it, so there's a need for it. But then it's so many people are bound by it and in financial debt. So. I'm yeah. I'm super I'm super. Curious to dig into like what money does mean to me like open that portal? You know not only in you don't. Money, I think money is is so much for so many people, but it really comes down to I know I discovered a new level of contentment. Ingratitude in my life when I started really. Digging into those hard questions i. You know it took me almost three years to say out loud. I'm spending my money carelessly in the wrong way because I don't love myself. I don't like the way that I look and I'm not comfortable in my own skin. And saying that out loud now may seem like a really easy thing to do, but it was extremely hard for to admit that to myself. No one wants to come out and say I. Don't Love Myself I. Don't like the way I look. I don't like these certain things about myself and for me, my spending I was overcompensating for those negative internal feelings I was out blowing my money on clothes and tanning salons in getting my nails done and getting my hair done to look a certain way. When, still on the inside, I was still screaming. I was so broken. And that's what I'm saying to make lasting change. You have to fix what's broken on the inside. As well. Yeah Yeah. I I love how you said that because I feel like. I. I don't again like money's just tied to so much, and you don't think about it. Right, you don't think. That you need money to fill those things like subconsciously you dukes. That's what you're. That's where you're putting it into great Yeah man, that's good stuff. So I was reading so I back in the day, so I worked in the service industry for a really long time, so I'd make cash tips. And, it always divide my cash into envelopes and would budget my money that way, but I haven't made I mean I. Definitely. Miss Making those cash tips I. Don't make them anymore so I use a credit card, but my husband and I have talked a lot about doing the cash again because we're trying to. Just budget in certain areas of our life, but my hesitancy is like. I think I said that word wrong has has the ten. Where I'm hesitant. Like I like the credit card points because we get rewards with them, and but I know that we would save money. The cash slopes. So how what would you say to someone like me so there? That's the question of trade off. So of course now I'm also very different I. Don't think credit cards are bad. I think that if you can use them responsibly and pay them off every month and get those rewards, points go at it, but you better make sure no yourself and be honest with yourself that you're actually going to pay them off, that said. there. There's trade off. You know. You'RE GONNA save more money if you use cash. but the trade off is you're GONNA have to get rid of the rewards points that you're currently getting by using your credit card. So it's a matter of looking at what's going to save you more. Are you going to save more by getting the rewards points, or are you going to save more by not? Spending on your credit card and only going back to being an all cash spender. And you have to be okay with those trade offs. I think to it comes down to. have it. A lot of the time I see people who do use their credit card responsibly and all of a sudden they make huge financial shift where they go from swiping a card, which is a? It's a daily habit that's not recognized, but it is a habit and then they can go to being an all cash bender, raking not chain, and and breaking not have it and making that huge financial shift in your finances to might be hard to some. so you have to think about okay in the tradeoff were. Me Breaking this habit and going into. In developing a new one essentially. Yeah. No that makes sense. Yeah, I I mean I'd have to look into it but I. I feel like that's. Good Advice. There yeah I would see how many rewards points. What exactly are you getting a using your credit card every month? Like you are now right versus. Maybe you do a trial run. Maybe you go back to an cast bender for a couple of months. What was your progress and then compare the two? has to be something that something. That's visible in realistic in our lives, I think that once you really pinpoint those rewards and those benefits versus the trade off they answer is going to be really clear Yeah, well, that kind of leads me to my next question because. My husband says I spend too much on groceries. which is a really common I? Mean everybody I talked to all. That's a conversation in my house. Every single week is you spend too much on groceries and I? Really Value Health and eating healthy food, and it's really important to me, and so we've talked about like maybe I, just go back to the cash envelopes for groceries and budget that way because that's where that's where our budget is lake. A, little out of control. But. How do you like I know the groceries? It's such a big thing for so many people. So how do you like? How have that conversation with people when they're asking you about their grocery budget, the funny thing about the grocery budget I call it the silent killer finances. because. It is number one problem area for a lot of different families, a lot of different individuals the reason is is because we view food as a necessity right. It's a necessity for us to live with that though it quickly turns into you want I. Don't know if you've ever been at the store and you're like you. Catch yourself throwing random stuff here cart. All the fun shifts from being in assessing into a want. and for you going back to your cash envelope and only doing one category in your budget i. think that's fantastic. That's a great starting point. It's a great way for you to test the water. What happened to your food budget when you went back to cash, would there noticeable change? Did you ask yourself harder questions, or did you become aware of? Maybe some spending triggers that you weren't aware of when you were using your credit card. i. also think that when you are health conscious. I think that. Being able to. Decrease. Other areas of your life to incorporate that being a passion of yours. But. There has to be competent There has to be some type of compensating in your budget, right. So and and not only that there have to be even if you are health conscious, there has to be a limit. To what you're allowed to spend or what? You can realistically spend your budget every single month, I would start if if you're coming to me and ask me that question I would start using a cash envelope. Crema budget with what you're realistically spending today. And then next month if you stick to that by the challenge yourself to decrease that budget by fifty dollars. Do it in really small increment. Because the last thing that I want people to do is create these you know. Big Huge giant giant ormuz goals, and then not meet them because the goal that they set up ins begin with wasn't realistic. and that's a lot of the time while why financial gold can be really frustrating and can feel really defeating is because we're setting ourselves up to fail from the very beginning. So, that's why I talk about small increment changes to our food budget, I always recommend a cash envelope for your food budget as well as meal planning on I know for a lot of my health, conscious readers meal, prepping and meal planning where they can buy things in bulk really helps them a lot with their with their food limit and their food budget that they are spending, but there's many many different things from you know different options for buying organic scrum generic to big box brands on. There are a lot of things that even being health conscious can still save you money. Yeah, yeah, for sure. I know it's. It's definitely one of those things, but. Again from going like from making good money and being single like I used to only shop it like whole foods and now. Like, I switched job industries and don't make as much money as they used to. And feeding a grown man is like feeding four teenagers. I. Don't know what this guy. So much so my grocery budget like you know and I still feel like I'm trying to find that balance because. There's the way I'm used to eating and obviously like I want to take care of my family and I want him to be healthy. I WANT WANNA. Buy Healthy things, and just like even learning what for as important to buy organic and what I don't have to, and what you still just kind of. Like some stores like I used to only go to certain stores, and I just realized like. I was actually during this Whole, pandemic thing I was ordering groceries online at a grocery store and I filled out the cart, and then they said that it wouldn't be delivered for like two weeks, and so I filled out the exact same items in another car at another grocery store, and it was twenty dollars cheaper and I always meant that this other grocery store was more expensive than the other one for some reason and I was like holy crap, so I ended up doing that with like three or four different stores just to compare. And, I'm like these prices vary so much, but it's a lot of work to put in to like drive to the store for that thing and that store for the other thing you know. Yeah, it is yeah, and that's. That's a really great first step though is the cell. Is The price comparing in in kind of breaking our our mindset of? Breaking that Shell of Oh? I thought that store was cheaper, but it's actually not, and that's why and I always tell my readers Dupree's comparisons before shopping. At that time they can really make. The decision is of is my time more valuable than the money I'm actually going to save because like you said, running around to eight different stores and spending all afternoon, trying to pick up all the groceries, but you need for one grocery hall. That can be really time consuming as well. Yeah Yeah for sure. Yeah, I know I need to I'm that said I have to go back to cash for groceries. We are going to take a quick break to talk about how it has been a year y'all it has been such a crazy year and I'm so glad that it's summer, and it's a little bit warmer outside, and the weather's a little better, but. I feel like so many people have gone through so much this year and there is. A resource that can help if you WANNA talk to anybody, it is safe private in an online environment. It's so convenient you can start communicating with someone and under twenty four hours, and that is better help better help. We'll assess your needs. 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Testimonials posted daily on their site. And we have a great offer for you guys. If you WANNA start living a happier life today as the listener, you'll get ten percent off your first month by visiting. Better help dot com slash Mama's join over eight hundred thousand people taking charge of their mental health again. That's better help. H. E. L. P.. Dot Com slash Mama's now back to the episode. So another thing that I guess I've. I've heard a lot of people. I talk about is like kind of spending what you can versus what you think you're supposed to so like. Let's say I have a five year old child and my friend has a five year old child will he got my kid a fifty dollar gift for his birthday and so I feel like I have to get him a fifty dollar gift for his birthday, but I. If I can't get you know that's not in my budget. I don't spend fifty dollars on a five-year-old's birthday, but then right, you've feel bad. You know because this kid got like they always spend that on your kid or whatever so how do you? I guess? Mentally. Tell yourself that it's okay if going to take time especially as MOMS especially when it comes to our children, but learning to say no or learning to say you know what. I'm on a different part of my journey than he is. But let's keep in mind here. We, don't know if your friend and how they paid for that item. We don't know if he's out racking up his credit card. get that fifty dollar gift, or whether he did it and paid cash. We don't know what happens behind closed doors. Which is why so important that we don't compare? It's a matter of being proud of what you're doing with your finances to be able to tell yourself you know what? I'm no I can't afford this. And I refused to go into debt or put my finances in jeopardy do that. You have to be confident in. Have that confidence in the progress. You're making with your finances and be really proud of that and I think once you get to that point and you embrace that it makes it a lot a lot easier. Now. I struggle with this as a mom. And I did the thing not with presence, but I saw other moms providing their children's certain things. Right either expensive vacations or really nice clothes, or you know really like top brand, mean close or whatever it may be I found myself. I'm not doing that. I can't do that. But it was really they show up. It doesn't make me any less of a mom. Yeah. It just means I'm I'm on a different on a different step in my journey. And and I have to embrace the work. I have to do to get to where I want to go to provide the life, I want with my child. And I think you really have to get to that state. Yeah. yeah, I feel like it's so hard though because. I was introduced more to it. my husband comes from a big Italian family, and that's like a big thing to them like if somebody gives you like a birthday card for your kid with this much in it, you give that exact same amount back and I. Always have those conversations with him because we're. We're having a kid and we don't make tons of money, and we're revamping remodeling our house right now and and I'm like. We can't afford to give every single cousin in your family. This much money like that's ridiculous like to me. It's ridiculous, but to him. It's what you have to do, and it's like it's not breaking the bank, but at the same time. I'm like I don't get it. Right right. Well, I think too. When especially when that's a really interesting dynamic, because you know, you are thinking and feeling this way while you're hugging. It's what it's not only what he feels what it's what he knows right what they've always done in his family and I think at that time. It's a great opportunity to start the conversation of. Hey, you know this is how I'm feeling about that, I. I understand it's what you've always done, but these are my ceiling. Can we find some type of middle ground? There some type of middle ground where we can find where your happy and I'm happy, but it really comes down to. What can you realistically afford? Yeah. And what are you giving up in the future to spend that money now? And it has those questions has to be at answered during that conversation. Look if we spend. And what I would do I would literally list out every single birthday hall every single birthday I had to celebrate in the money that. You know an estimate of what I would have to give and I. would say look if we're spending this every year in birthday money. This is what we're giving up to do that. Are we okay with that. Yeah. No that makes sense. and and kind of leading into the next thing, then like saving up for large purchases so right at the end of the year. That could be like. For me I like experiences, so my husband's like. Do you want to push president? I'm like. Do Something Nice for me like. I I would rather for my birthday have him take me out for a nice dinner. Then by anything or just plan something awful. It doesn't even have to like. Costs Money, but but you do realize like spending these. Little things along the way. Add up so how I guess, do you? Okay we are. Barely, getting by, or we're getting by like we live comfortably. But how do we save up for the large purchases like vacations or Christmas or whatever the family considers like? A big event that they're going to put money like for me I guess a baby shower is coming up right and. So like how do you? Save toward those things when especially when you're trying to budget everything else in your life, so the biggest one of the biggest Aha moments for me on my financial journey was incorporating sinking fund into my budget. Now! Thinking funds are financial goals that we want to obtain in the future. Are, really hard to hey for the entire whatever it may be up front with one paycheck. The what we do is we set aside a little bit every single month. Towards that goal or that event or that holiday Christmas is the perfect example. Christmas is. Is that time of year where people are using and going into debt like no other time in the year it's insane. But what? They don't realize that if they would have started saving for Christmas in January. A little bit every month. That would have helped him tremendously by the time Christmas actually rolled around. They wanted to start buying guest. Christians have been thinking fun for me since I started my financial journey and learn about thinking funds and I'll tell you what it was a life changer. It was A. Huge for me, because. That stress anxiety and worry that we feel. Dot those emotions take away so much of what the holiday event is all about right like Christmas it's such a joyous time of the year where we're supposed to be celebrating and being with their friends and our family and doing all the Christmas traditions and everything that Christmas encompasses. But what happens a lot of time is that's over. Shouted shadowed by our feelings of guilt. Our feelings of stress thinking. Oh my Gosh, how am I GONNA? Pay Off that I just bought. With thinking funds, it's peace of mind. And truly being able to embrace those things in our lives without having to worry about money, though I always say for things like that created thinking fun, come up with the goal amount that you want to save for divided by the number of months you WanNa save that that aside a bit every month. Look at your at your budget. Can you realistically do that or do? You have to Kinda decrease that goal a little bit. But either way you're taking on Angel- steps to be prepared for the future Yeah? That makes total sense whenever we have extra money. I'm always like. Put it toward a vacation and my husband's like invest it. So which I'm really really glad so he he's much more of the I mean. I've always been decent with my money. But I've been really big on like. I'm not a fan of debt and like living debt free. And stuff like that, but. But especially like being single throughout my twenty s whenever I had money. Like I'm going to go travel I'm going to go. Do whatever I want right? and. My husband's very like financially plan for the future like he adjusts our budget so that. We invest a lot monthly. So that, basically, there's like nothing left rate which I'm thankful for example like cool. We'll be able to retire, but then I'm also like we could be dead. Why don't we go on vacation? Thankful for his planning, but I'm like the. Let's take a trade. League. Sorry Oh, that's okay. Toby Okay where House Dog. You can edit that out I absolutely Kellyanne yeah. But yeah, I'm like blood's take a trip. You know so like. How do you I guess? Find those balances in? If it's you know in your family. Because I think for me. I guess like I think it is important to invest in. Have something in your future. But it's also like I said I really value experiences, so it's important for me to experience life together. That's like. I. Don't know what what I love is like experiencing life with people and doing things and experiencing new things. So how do you like? Balanced fat there has. There has to definitely be balanced. There has to be balanced between. Freedom in your life and the ability to still do the things that bring you happiness because if we were always always just about, save save debt that. Build, wealth, build wealth. What I found and what happened to me on my journey, when especially when paying that as we forget all the things that truly bring us joy and happiness in our lives, and then all of a sudden we forget. Why are we even on this journey in the first place? So there has to be balanced. It's great that your husband wants to invest invest, and and really build this generational well, but at the same time. It's great because you are saying you know what life can be gone by tomorrow. I WANNA. Make sure that we take the opportunity to fully enjoy those moments and opportunities in our lives. I think that's the conversation that needs to be. Be between you and your husband of where is that balance for us? Okay? Can we maybe invest? You know sixty percent. The other percent is invested in. You know our lives and the things that we enjoy doing and really experiencing the short life we have now. There definitely has to be some type of balance between that and our and our financial journeys. Yeah Yeah for sure. So another thing that we've. Had A. Lot of conversations with and I've heard from like moms and our facebook to is. Like how to save money when you're having a baby, because everyone says. They cost a lot more than you think that they do Budgeting for what you really need because I've already noticed. That 'cause we got a lot of hand-me-downs, which I'm so grateful for. His. Brother and sister both live here and they saved some stuff for us, so we were able to get a lot of stuff from them. Which is awesome? I'm a huge fan of of hammy downs. But I'm already noticing. It's so much stuff I'm like this baby isn't even born yet, and we have so much stuff like how and it's not even everything that we quote unquote need yet, so it's like how do you? figure out even what you really need and budget for that. And try to save money having a baby, so what I did when I I was in the same boat, I have only one son, so he was my first child. I had no idea what I was doing. The on it I have no idea I'm and it was at the same time that I was still learning how to budget my money. What I did is I sat down and wrote a West look I know, I know we're not even talking about once I'm talking about this. I know I need. I need these things okay I'm I'm GonNa Need Formula I'm GonNa need diapers. I'M GONNA need. You know this this and this myth and and those needs to are very different based on the individual. You're talking to because some people say I need cloth diapers. Where some people say no. I just need some pampers. So think too that it it comes down to. What you not. It comes down to what because there's different things in different directions even go with the things that you need. But ultimately it's a matter of just sitting down listing out, and you know what I did. I actually went onto stores website. And I'm like okay. A box of diapers me this. And I'm researching and I'm reading that I'm probably going to need to boxes a month for this. Especially, when my son was a newborn I would factor that in and the great thing is as people get so scared away from doing their budget because they don't know I don't like I. Don't know what it's going to be. This is just what I'm estimating. So, what's the point of even doing it? But the great thing is having that starting point in the beginning. You could always tweak and change your budget as you go along the more that you learn about. What you know, what having a baby entails, but I think it's really that starting point of just doing the research sitting down and talking with your spouse or your partner or figuring out what exactly is it that I need and go from there? Yeah. Yeah I. Guess Yeah, even factoring in that those monthly cost that. You don't even really think about right, and it's not it's. It's you know not only the the monthly thing, but you have to start thinking okay about medical insurance Right there's new new baby on board and we're going to have to get medical insurance and we're going to have to get dental for them, and we're GONNA. Have you know on top of clothes on top of and for the first couple of years? It's a different experience, but. Pile gets older than exports. It's extra curricular school activities and then abandoned. You know. My son, my son is does the UKULELE. School and I would've never thought they would ever be school expenses with that, but there is, and you know then there's he does soccer and all that all these things. It's OK. To have a starting place that you don't that it may not be one hundred percent accurate, but at least at the starting place for you to actually tweak and perfect. And I will tell you right now. Your budget is going to change. It will not be the same food. Costs are going to be more health. Costs are going to be more. There's going to be certain things in your budget, and so you'll be able to learn that, but it's important to get that down on paper. So you can really show in. See the evolution over time on how your budget is progressing. Yeah. Yeah I didn't even really think about like. Planning the baby budget before the baby gets here I'm like well. We'll have the baby in just kind of see how much it costs. No Yeah, I would definitely start with an estimate acuity especially if you're like me and you're a working mom. Then there's daycare costs involved as well and that was my biggest struggle. It's like Oh, my gosh. How am I going to work in this huge expense? Literally half of my rent payment. Yeah, into the budget and I had to cut in other areas. It's really important that we have a foundation that we can work with now because asked what you're gonNA need to change in tweak as we go. Yeah Yeah, for sure I would love for you to just touch on the stuff that you offer to your followers. How are you helping moms out right now, but we have. We focused a lot on free content you know I started the budget mom to really connect with other single MOMS. and I understand that and I know that not being able to afford the financial resources that can truly change. Your life is a big thing. and it can make you know. This journey a lot harder, so we focus a lot on free content, and you can find our an entire free resource library on the budget. Mom Dot Com. It's just filled with a ton of principles and tools and resources to help you get started. or you can follow are detailed. On Youtube. And I do daily stories an update I? Share my real numbers with my readers every day over on instagram. Awesome and where can people find you instagram? It's just the budget, mom, the budget mom across all social media channels yeah awesome. Thank you so much for coming on and. Sharing with us, I know I I was taking notes while you were talking of like all the conversations I need to have with my husband and all the things I need to do. Not like okay, we're GONNA. Talk about this. We're going to do this but yeah I mean. I know that time is very valuable and I'm just so grateful for you coming on and sharing all of this information I think. You know working toward being debt free is there is such a freedom that comes with that for families and for their futures so. I love having these conversations and being able to to talk with people who are actually doing it. Yeah, yeah, no, thank you so much for having me. All right everybody, thank you so much for listening. I love the conversation with her I definitely need to move to cash envelopes for groceries. Try to get that lockdown. Food is expensive though it's. It's definitely. If you WANNA, try to eat, help the. It doesn't make sense. It's like the healthier you wanna eat the more expensive it is. It's all backwards, but I need to be on a budget I. Sure and I want to get that down in the next couple of months before I. Pop this out. If you guys are listening and you're not subscribing sure that you subscribe and leave us a review and tell us why you are loving the podcast. Share this with somebody who you know would love it or wants to be part of our community. Join US I in our facebook. Community at Miraculous Mama's on facebook. Our instagram and twitter or more OCULUS, Mama's always post stuff up on their about guests and the miraculous Mama's blog as well where I share my week. tweak pregnancy. All sorts of other Mama. Blogs and there's information about the podcast on there as well. I love you guys so much. And I'm excited to continue. On this journey with you I'm having so much fun learning lately and diving into different. Topics and talking to Different MOMS and Education and all of it, it's so much fun. And next week we are going to be talking to a mom about traveling I know that this years summer plans have probably had a damper on for most people but. We are going to talk to Monet. Who has taken her kids around the world? And yet they're still in school fulltime. They work jobs and she's GonNa. Tell us how they do it. Because that's definitely something that I'm interested in I love to travel and I. Really Hope to be able to take. Take my kids with me some day and not have to. You know there's some things you have to give up absolutely but. I'd love to still be able to explore the world and do all of that so. I will hear. From, you guys next week I love you. Stay safe.

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Episode 141 - Uncommon

Badass Agile

09:09 min | 10 months ago

Episode 141 - Uncommon

"Inherent in the word elite. And factoring in all of my bad ass, agile projects from the forge to future projects is the word uncommon. So what does it mean? Why do you need it? How do you get it? That's this week on the bad bass Jau podcast. Greetings team welcome to the bad ass agile podcast I'm your host Chris Williams? Pillow everybody from around the world is great to see you. Thank you for tuning in once again. Happy to see this week. When you think about what the world needs right now. There's a lot of very poor quality thinking poor quality leadership. And I feel like what we need most is truly uncommon leadership, something new something, different something, courageous, so WanNa talk about it, but first. Let's remember why we're here. To create an elite tribe of leaders who truly serve their clients and communities by doing what matters and what works relentlessly chasing value and excellence like a bad ass. There so many resources out there of what you need to do to be agile, but we're focused on who you need to become in order to lead teams, so let's hammer down those fundamentals to create a truly unique and powerful force in this industry and guys remember if this helps you tell your friends about it. And Hey while you're at it, why not check? Bad S Agile on Youtube? You can also join the bad acid gel listener lounge on facebook links her in the show notes love to see their and on the live feed every Monday night at seven PM. E. S. T. R. at the straight truth is this? If? You WanNA create. If you want to innovate. If. You WANNA lead. And you WANNA win at anything in life. You have to be uncommon. Think about those words for a second. Is You're going to be a leader. You have to stand out amid the followers right. If you're GONNA create, you have to make things that are new in different. From everything else to spend created before. and. If you WANNA win, you have to stand apart from and above all those that you compete with. So by very definition of those words. You have to be different. You have to be uncommon. By uncommon I don't just mean special. I don't just mean unique. Many of US special. Many of us are unique. But for me being uncommon. Refers to the unique intersection. Of several qualities and more importantly behaviors and traits that make you not only different from many people, but those qualities that make you different than most people. Now why do you care? Why should you want to be uncommon you don't have to. But if you're listening to, this show is a very good chance that you feel some sort of call. Is a huge difference. Between serving a function within your family within your job within your community. And serving humanity. Making massive memorable impact requires a very different kind of person, and it's not required. There's no law saying that you have to be uncommon. There's no law saying that you have to serve at that level. But if that's what you feel. That's what you need if that's what you know. Then I want you to consider put into practice. The following elements of Common. Number One. You can have to be a bit vulnerable. That means you're going to be willing to go places that others are unwilling to go. You can have to explore yourself as a human being as both a rational and an emotional being. This means everything from examining yourself to taking feedback from other people. It means facing fears. It means looking into your past and into your future so that you can understand where you've come from. And clearly picture where it is. You WANNA go next. Also baked into the word. Uncommon, different Is the assumption that hey, you're gonNA stick out now. and. When you stick out, you're exposing yourself to attack. It's not just feedback. It's resistance its opposition. It's misconception. It's fear. Some people be downright nice about it and is a good chance that it could get ugly. You have to be prepared to go. They're not comfortable because it will never be comfortable. But prepared, one of the things that makes water so powerful is that it's not only fluid, but it can also reach into places where other forces of nature can't go, so copy Bruce. Lee's words be like water. The next thing you have to be to be uncommon is courageous. Courageous means being able to summon the ability to do in moments of great uncertainty risk in danger. In those moments where everyone else would say no, thanks. I'm out or not onto rich for my blood. You stand tall. You know what has to be done, and you do it unpleasant, though it may be dangerous, though it may be risky though it may be, the consequences can be high. There could be all kinds of risks staring down risk of failure. Risk, physical or emotional safety, the list goes on, but courage means being able to act regardless it means doing bigger things when the rest of the world is telling you to do smaller things. Some people hear the word courage. And they think foolish action in the face of danger, but I defined courage as a refusal to do anything less than that which stretches your limits? Being uncommon means the work that others fear or refused to do that could be studying or training, working harder working longer refusing to quit going just one extra rep, one more test one more idea one last push when everyone else is already packed it up and said I can't do this I quit. That's enough no more. Being uncommon means being unusually committed. It means not only persistence but persistence over time. It means a promise to get better. It means a promise to stand for things. On which you will not flex, you will not bend. It means an offer to serve humbly. That means you continue when the payoffs don't come. That means you do the work because you must. You stay the course because there is no other way. And finally being uncommon simply means being different. It means rowing in the opposite direction. It means swimming stream. It means going against convention. It means that the accepted standard is not something to strive for. It is something to fight against. because. You choose to evolve. You choose to continue. You choose to innovate. You choose to lead you choose to win. You simply can't settle for what everyone else would settle for. The sound familiar. So. How'd he become uncommon? It's easy. Choose one of the areas. Being vulnerable, being courageous, being committed being different. Doing the hard work find that spot. Re say okay. That's all I can take. That's enough. No more not today, not me. And just push back. Insist on going just a little, just a little more just a little better. And not because you're being watched or measured, and not, because someone is asking you to, and not because there's some reward on the other side, but because you know that this is what it takes, this is how you get on common and what is uncommon. The limitless capacity to make impact dig deep guys and find it if you have any questions, the only comments you. WanNa learn more reach out to me. You can find me at bad ass, agile dot, com, or on twitter at bad ass. Underscore Agile. Thank you so much for being a listener. Look forward to next time until then stay bass.

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What's on the next SpaceX flight?

SPACE NEWS POD

10:57 min | 1 year ago

What's on the next SpaceX flight?

"You're listening to the space news pod. So that means you like podcasts and you probably like music too. So on Spotify, you can listen to all of those things, all your podcasts, and all of your music in one place in, you don't need a premium account. They have a huge catalog of podcasts on every topic including space news pod. You can follow your favorite podcast. He never miss episodes. Download episodes. Listen to offline and easily share what you're listening to with your friends with Spotify integrations with social media platforms like Instagram. So just search for space news pod on the Spotify app. Browse podcasts in the your library tab and follow me. So you never miss an episode of space news. Pot Spotify, the world's leading music, streaming service in now it can be your go-to for podcasts too. Hello. And welcome back to the space news pod. A daily podcast about space science and tech. I'm your host will Walden in on this episode. We're going to be talking about the next SpaceX launch. There's going to be twenty four Pete loads aboard the falcon heavy S T P to launch there's going to be six weather research, satellites, each one of those is going to weigh little bit less than five hundred pounds. The planetary society will also be flying. It's light sale two spacecraft aboard the mission. Nasa says green propellant infusion mission, which is an experimental spacecraft that will test toxic fuel for future spacecraft. We'll be on this flight as well. And NASA is also testing a new atomic clock. The could assist navigation during future long duration space missions in. There's not. Just then when you see a rocket launch usually thank, you know, maybe there's a satellite on there. Maybe there's a big hole, you know, Hubble style. Sadly on that thing. But no, that's not it for the SpaceX launch the air force research, laboratories demonstration and science experiments or the DSM satellite, the DSS spacecraft. We'll fly through earth's radiation belts, to measure, the effects of very low frequency radio waves on space radiation. And how radiation can affect spacecraft hardware, and materials, Georgia Tech is also involved with this launch, and they'll be launching the prox- one, which will test a three D printed thruster in a miniaturized, gyroscope payloads, from the US air force academy said lay payloads, that is the naval postgraduate school in the naval research, laboratory, the university of Texas at Austin, she can tech Cal poly an acute set assembly. By students at Merritt island high school in Florida will also fly on this rocket. So there's a lot of stuff packed into one launch, and there's the light sale, which I think is very important for the future of spaceflight. So that's from the planetary society already mentioned that earlier. But that's going to be I think something for the future spaceflight to get payloads to further distance from the earth with less propellant, so hopefully that works out, well for this launch, hopefully this launches the success and hopefully late sale to is success because the planetary society knows what they're doing. So from the SpaceX press release it says the S T P to multi manifest rideshare launch will demonstrate the capabilities of the SpaceX falcon, heavy launch vehicle, and provide critical data supporting certificates for future, national security space launch missions. In addition, SM see will use his mission as a Pathfinder for the development of mission. Assurance policies and procedures related to the reuse of launch vehicle boosters, the S T P, two payloads are assembled from a host of mission partners, including Noah NASA, and the department offense research, laboratories in university research projects. S T P, two provides a unique space access opportunity for department of defense, and interagency science and technology missions that directly enhanced the space capabilities of the US, and its allies and partners. Also space-based memorial services, provided provider, Celestis will be launching the remains of one hundred and forty six individuals. What I just said, Celestis. It's, it's a way for people to basically launched the remains of their loved ones into space. Or themselves. I mean you can book yourself too, but it's a way for people to launch loved ones into space, and that's where you go forever. You're not buried underground anymore. You're in space, and that's it. You're just floating around in space. You're remains whatever's left of you, your physical form is in space. How crazy is that how cool is that, that you can do this now on top of a SpaceX. Falcon nine rocket. I personally think it's pretty neat. When I was younger, I always thought, hey, you know, like maybe when I die, you'll be launched onto the moon. Maybe my remains will land on the moon sometime and I'll be a, you know, a solar system explorer since I couldn't do it in life because I'm not an astronaut maybe just maybe we can launch my remains to the moon. Celestis does provide a service similar to that. And speaking to the moon and cool space stuff. You should go checkup. Magellan TV dot com. It's a great place to get space documentaries. I'm actually watching. I'm still watching the birth of a black hole. I'm almost through it. I'm like thirty minutes into it. It's about forty five minutes or so. It's a really great documentary about basically how terrifying by Kohl's are, and how crazy they are, and it's really cool, but gentleman's really cool. They offered our listeners a two month free trial and Magellan, TV dot com slash space news pod. You can check out documentary movies series, exclusive playlist, there's tons of stuff in the space, John Jonah. You can experience the universe like never before travel distance stars, and you can check it out on any device, sound laptops computers mobile devices. I watch on my phone at night before I go to bed so it can calm down. Right. The most terrifying thing in the universe. Tries to calm me down before I go to bed. It works guide. I guess. But if you want to check it out, go to Magellan TV dot com slash space news pod. You get two months for free. Like I said before, and it's worth the sign up. It only takes a couple seconds and there's a ton of really cool stuff. Hi everyone. I wanna let you know about. Inker dot FM. It's we're I host my podcast in, I find that it's the easiest place to do that. And it gives you everything that you need in one place, for free, which you can start. Podcasting from your phone, or from your computer. You don't need special crazy equipment to start doing it. You can talk into your phone, you'll need editing equipment that costs thousands of dollars to start a podcast, you can do it from anywhere in when you're done, recording your episode anchored at FM will distribute it. So it can be hard everywhere on Spotify. Apple podcast, Google podcasts, Stitcher, every place that podcasts can be heard. And you can make money with your podcast. It's pretty simple. There's no minimum listenership to start making money with anchor. So if you wanna make a little bit of money while having a cool podcast, while download the crap or go to anchor dot F M to get started. And there's a lot of stuff going on with Massa recently to in the moon spectrum, right? So they're really pushing hard to get people back to the moon. It'd get Rovers back to the moon to get Landers on the moon as soon as possible. There is a there's a plan to get people back to the moon by twenty twenty four in this is what NASA just said about the falcon heavy S T P to mission. We are pleased with the success of the falcon heavy launch, and I h landings, we have important technologies that are ready to fly in this success helps us on that path, NASA technology is will include two, twin cubesats, one small satellite, and several payloads on this falcon rocket each has a unique set of objectives, but they have a common goal, which is to improve spacecraft design and part in performance. No matter the destination. So there we go. Ladies and gentlemen, space x will be launching a rocket in about five days in, according to this five days ten hours, twenty one minutes and thirty five seconds from this podcast. So. My friends, thank you so much for taking the time out of your day to spend a here with me on a space news pod. We before I go. I am planning a trip to Florida for a launch. So we're going to be sending humans back to I s s from one of our rockets on US soil set up a gofundme me that will be helping me on my journey. Be driving from New York down to Florida to us this launch. It's going to be absolutely awesome. And I'm going to be broadcasting pretty much the whole time, either on YouTube or on live podcast or I'm going to be tweeting. So if you wanna check it out, I can check out my social media at space news pod and interact. Just hang out and talk to me and stuff. And if you have any questions, let me know, but I'm going to be setting that up in the next couple of days, and that's going to help me. You know, fund my trip basically, so I can give you guys some cool content from the launch. So I want to say thank you to everyone who subscribed and everyone who supported me until this point, you're absolutely amazing. And if you continue to support me, thank you so much. And I want to say thank you for taking the time out of your day to spend a here with me on the space news pod. My name is willa Walden, and I will see you soon.

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